Jenny Caton, Children's Service Directorate Manager for Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust, said: 'The Cottage was originally a private house adapted to provide a respite facility - but it really needed improvements and new equipment so that we could more safely care for the children.
What does BSCHT stand for?
BSCHT stands for Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust (UK)
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The latest trip, however, has been deemed acceptable by the Birmingham Specialist Community Health trust.
The scheme originated and led by Dr Ahmed Hassam, chairman of Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust, is an excellent example of this.
Other places where carers can go for some special treatment during the week include: The Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust community flat at Quinton today, the Kids West Midlands Family Centre at Wylde Green, Sutton Coldfield tomorrow, Small Heath Community Centre tomorrow, Birmingham Carers Centre in Handsworth Wood on Wednesday, Weoley Castle Library on Thursday, and Sutton Coldfield Library on Friday.
Mr Stuart presented the award to Dr Ahmed Hassam, chairman of Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust, and its chief executive, Cynthia Bower.
The project is run by Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust (BSCHT) and is funded by Birmingham Health Authority.
Among them was Lurieteen Miller, a nurse specialising in helping people with the sickle cell and thalassaemia blood disorders, who works for Birmingham Specialist Community Health Trust at Ladywood Community Health Centre.