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2013 Contractor name : COCHLEAR EUROPE Contractor address : 6 Dashwood Lang Bourne Business Park Addlestone KT15 2HJ Surrey Agency : University Hospitals Birmingham Procurement, University Hospital Birmingham, 32-34 Melchett Road For the attention of: Michelle Hubbard B30 3HG Kings Norton UNITED KINGDOM Telephone: +44 1216272185 Fax: +44 1214590555 E-mail: michelle.
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, the trust responsible for the hospital, is also advising foreign health services on the introduction of computer technology to monitor patients, after its inhouse IT team developed an innovative new system which is already being rolled out across the NHS.
Of the three main trusts in Birmingham - Sandwell and West Birmingham, University Hospital Birmingham and Heart of England - it is Sandwell which had the shortest average waiting times throughout the day, until 9pm, when Heart of England had the honour for a couple of hours.
Selly Oak is part of The University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust which has the highest rate of infections by the superbug MRSA and the fourth highest for C Diff.
The University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust refused to comment on the reports, saying only, 'An investigation is under way.
University Hospital Birmingham selected LANDesk Management Suite after running a pilot program involving Altiris(a) (NASDAQ:ATRS), Microsoft(a) (NASDAQ:MSFT) SMS and ON Technology(a) (NASDAQ:ONTC).
University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust and Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health NHS Trust have a 35-year deal, paying pounds 49.
It meant managers at University Hospital Birmingham Foundation Trust had to go back to the drawing board after months of quizzing residents, staff and patients on the building to replace Selly Oak and the current Queen Elizabeth hospitals.