Foundation Doctor's Guide to West Midlands North
West Midlands North Foundation School covers the region north of Birmingham including Wolverhampton, Stoke-on-Trent & Shrewsbury. There are 2 tertiary hospitals in the region, including Royal Stoke University Hospital (the major trauma centre in the region) and Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (specialist centre for acute surgery).
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- County Hospital
- Harplands Hospital
- Manor Hospital
- New Cross Hospital
- Queen’s Hospital, Burton Upon Trent
- Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
- Royal Stoke University Hospital
- Russells Hall Hospital
- The Princess Royal Hospital
A Doctor’s View
“For me, the big reason to moving back to this area was to be closer to family. However, being almost in Central England it’s a great place to be. Not only is there so much going on locally, but there are many transport links to other parts of the country.
I live in Birmingham and currently work in Wolverhampton. Living in Birmingham is great, it really is undergoing a social revolution. A new generation of bars, restaurants as well as other activities are popping up every week. One big highlight is Digbeth Dining Club! Within the deanery itself there is a lot of inter-mess socialising. We aim to hold an event together every couple of months – a great way to meet new people and have a great time!
In general I have found that I have been well supported at the hospitals I have worked at, everyone is happy to help and nobody ever feels alone.
Transport links are very good, not only are there motorway links to almost everywhere, but there is a great bus service, train service and in some areas – the tram!
West Midland’s North really is a great place to live and work!”
Navdeep Bhamra, Mess Champion, Foundation Year 2 at New Cross Hospital
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