This year the Allergy Team is again providing a drop-in service for hospital staff who get hay fever. The clinics run from 23rd to 27th […]
Twenty Trust staff members should be able to enjoy the outdoors more this summer. They attended our free drop-in sessions at Heartlands, Good Hope and the […]
The Allergy team is offering free advice to hay fever sufferers working at Heartlands and Good Hope hospitals and the Chest Clinic. It may seem a bit […]
Welcome to Allergy and Immunology West Midlands. In these pages you should be able to find answers to many of your questions about the services we provide and how you can make use of them.
Allergies affect over a quarter of the population. Most allergies can be managed in primary care. When allergies are severe, difficult to control or affect everyday life, we may be able to help.
We provide a service for both children and adults with:
“I seem to catch every cold going around.”
This is a common complaint, and usually doesn’t mean a problem with the immune system. Many people with these symptoms improve over a year or two. However, when infections are serious, or keep coming back, then there may well be a problem with your immune system. We provide a service for both children and adults with.
Signs of a possible weak immune system include:
ESID, the European Society for Imunodeficiency, will host their biennial meeting in Birmingham’s International Convention Centre in 2020. Immunologists from Heartlands Hospital led the bid to bring […]
Once again the sun shone on over 100 people who joined us for our Immunology Patient and Family Day on Sunday 3rd July. Patients and professional speakers […]
This year’s Immunology Patient and Family Day will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel NEC on Sunday 3rd July. Patients from anywhere in the […]