16 January 2013
Reconfiguration results in loss of 40 WTE posts.
The trust is expecting to make up to 50 people redundant, most voluntarily, as part of its savings plan.
Changes to the structure of the community midwifery service will result in 15 WTE band 7 midwives being downbanded to band 6 (Data collected December 2011).
The trust plans to reduce its workforce by around 370 WTE in 2012-13.
The trust plans to close Birch Ward on the St Cross site.
Could lose 53 WTE posts, mainly nursing from Birmingham Own Health, a service for people with long term conditions.
Proposing to reorganise its nursing workforce, resulting in the loss of 66.47 WTE registered nursing posts overall, including 42.15 WTE band 7 posts.
The Health Access Team will be discontinued, approx. 4 staff will be placed at risk or redeployed.
Plans to reduce 9.6 qualified and 181.7 unqualified nursing posts by 2013/14.
Are considering cutting 200 WTE vacant posts.
Reducing Band 5 nurses and Band 3 HCAs by approx 3 and 8 posts and increasing Band 2 HCA staff.
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust is decommissioning its Improving Access to Psychological Therapies/ Primary Care programme due to funding issues. Approximately 155 staff have received an advance notice letter terminating their fixed-term contract by March 2011 (data collected 5th November)
Planning to reduce its workforce by 899 posts by 2016/17 due to the merger of its hospitals, the net loss of NHS posts in the area will be 631.
Surgical division will close 25 funded beds. The medical division will reduce by 72 beds and 73 posts could be deleted.
Consulting on organisational changes to its mental health, learning disability and specialist children's services. Fewer than 10 staff are identified as being 'at risk' this year, 98 employees will be redeployed, and 20 WTE vacancies will be deleted.