We have two services based at Hunters Moor in Birmingham.

Hunters Moor Neurological Rehabilitation Centre provides neurorehabilitation, specialist neurobehavioural rehabilitation and spinal injury rehabilitation in Hall Green, Birmingham. Up to 37 residents can be accommodated in three units.

The 12-bed Janet Barnes Unit accommodates those needing neurorehabilitation with complex physical rehabilitation needs. The 10-bed Olive Carter unit specialises in neurobehavioural rehabilitation for those with challenging behaviours, including those requiring sectioning under the Mental Health Act. Finally, the Community Reintegration Unit (CRU) provides neurobehavioural rehabilitation. It has 15 en-suite bedrooms with the flexibility to create independent living flats or bedsits, depending on the needs of the residents. A new spinal unit, lead by Professor Wagih El Masri provides expert rehabilitation for those with spinal injuries.

Dr Kanu Achinivu and Dr Elie Okirie are the Lead Consultants to Hunters Moor.

Individuals have often spent a period of time in an acute hospital setting but once medically stable and requiring rehabilitation can then be transferred to Hunters Moor. Specialist nurses give care to those who are minimally conscious or in a state of low arousal and residents with ongoing nursing needs resulting from diabetes, epilepsy, open wounds and those with stoma, tracheotomy or feeding tubes can also be supported. Longer-term support can be provided for those individuals with progressive neurological conditions such as Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis, motor neurone disease and Parkinson’s disease.

The services at Hunters Moor include: 

• Neurological rehabilitation 

• Neurobehavioural rehabilitation including detention under the Mental Health Act 2007 

• Spinal injury rehabilitation 

• Specialist nursing 

• Rehabilitation and management of progressive neurological conditions 

• Long-term maintenance 

• Day care 

• Respite care 

• Community support/outreach 

The Christchurch strategy is to empower people to access and benefit from occupational, social and educational pursuits, and achieve full participation and inclusion in community life. The company’s service ethos is based on integrity, transparency, compassion and positivity.

The latest CQC report for Hunters Moor Birmingham is available by following the link below. You can also read and leave a public review of our services by following the link below to the Hunters Moor listing on Google.