Birmingham Health Innovation Campus

A38 Aston Webb Boulevard, Selly Oak
Birmingham, B29 6SJ

ABOUT

Birmingham Health Innovation Campus is part of Bruntwood SciTech’s network of thriving innovation districts.  A  joint venture with the University of Birmingham, when complete it will be a world leading healthcare technologies campus, offering high quality innovation facilities for businesses in medtech, precision medicine, diagnostics and digital healthcare.

Located in Selly Oak, in the heart of the city’s clinical, academic, quarter the Campus is close to University of Birmingham, one of the largest teaching hospitals in England, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and five other leading hospitals). At the heart of a critical cluster of health excellence, the Campus will play an important role in the region’s life sciences ecosystem, offering national and international leadership in key areas of healthcare innovation including biopharma, precision medicine and genomics.

The first phase of Birmingham Health Innovation Campus is due for completion in 2023. Housing the University of Birmingham’s Precision Health Technologies Accelerator and Birmingham Precision Medicine Centre, it will also offer companies co-located there unrivalled access to a fully connected clinical trials ecosystem.

The Campus has been designated as both a Life Science Opportunity Zone and a High Potential Opportunity zone, providing opportunities for businesses based to engage with the Department for International Trade and the Department for Business, Energy and the Industrial Strategy.Bruntwood SciTech logo

Find out more about how your business could flourish at Birmingham Health Innovation Campus: https://bruntwood.co.uk/our-locations/birmingham/birmingham-health-innovation-campus/

NEWS

Cities as crucibles for innovation

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Planning permission granted for Birmingham Health Innovation Campus

Work is set to begin on the first phase of Birmingham Health Innovation Campus this Summer after planning permission was granted by Birmingham City Council.  The first phase will see the development of No.1 Birmingham Health Innovation Campus which will offer...

Further investment secured for The Birmingham Health Innovation Campus

A bid to develop a £210m life sciences campus in Birmingham, which could create 10,000 jobs, has received a new boost. The Birmingham Health Innovation Campus (BHIC) project has received up to £14m from the Greater Birmingham and Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership...

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