Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

0121 371 2000 Mindelsohn Way, Edgbaston , Birmingham, B15 2WB
http://www.uhb.nhs.uk

4 out of 5 stars

Based on 166 ratings for this hospital

This Department is managed by University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

Queen Elizabeth Hospital
0121 627 2284

Staff

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The following table shows staffing levels on wards that provide this service.

Where wards provide more than one service the results include shared values for all services provided on that ward.

Nurse staffing levels - Urology JULY 2017

Ward name % of registered nurse day hours filled as planned (Hospital) % of Unregistered care staff day hours filled as planned (Hospital) % of registered nurse night hours filled as planned (Ward) % of Unregistered care staff night hours filled as planned (Ward)
W624

94.60%

of planned level

110.35%

of planned level

74.36%

of planned level

201.00%

of planned level

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Key facts about the Urology department at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham

Time from GP referral to treatment

Up to 15 weeks for 9/10 patients

Latest reviews of this service

Excellent professional, empathetic and thorough treatment

I went for a urology consultation today and was treated with dignity, respect and genuine care. The examinations and diagnosis were thoro...

31 July 2017

Excellent Clean Hospital

Been going to this hospital now for a good few years - even at the old hospital it was always clean. The new hospital is always spotless ...

23 May 2017

inpatient for kidney stone removal

i was admitted following attendance to A+E, had removal of kidney stone. my treatment was excellent and i have no complaints. although my...

21 March 2017

Excellent care

We would likecto express our grateful thanks for the care given to our husband/ father during his stay 14/10/16 to 17/10/16 for surgery ...

18 January 2017

very impressed

I bought my elderly dad to have a flow test yesterday. The CNS we saw was lovely and had lots of time for my dad and explained things to...

13 December 2016

Last updated on 30 June 2010.

Information supplied by University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust