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Your guide to residential and nursing care homes including specialist learning disability, respite, EMI and dementia in the cities of the West Midlands. For further information click on a home in the list below or alternatively select one of the region's boroughs from the list on the right hand side.
The West Midlands, while referred to as a region, is also a metropolitan county that consists of seven metropolitan boroughs: the City of Birmingham, the City of Coventry and the City of Wolverhampton, plus Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull and Walsall (note that on Bettercaring, navigation to the Coventry page can be found on the Warwickshire landing page). There are 766 care homes and residential care homes in the West Midlands. The West Midlands is the second most populous county in England with 2.5 million people living there, despite being one of the smaller counties in terms of size. These cities border Warwickshire to the east, Worcestershire to the south, and Staffordshire to the north. The cities of the West Midlands thrived during the industrial revolution, with coal mining and heavy industry the staples of the economy. Latterly, the region has become a centre for finance, services, commerce and brewing.
190 Elmdon Lane, Marston green, Solihull, Birmingham, B37 7EB
38 Attwood Street, Halesown, B63 3UE
16-18 Riley Crescent, Penn, Wolverhampton, WV3 7DS
6 Park Avenue, Hockley, Birmingham, B18 5NE
5 Court Farm Way, Selly Oak, Birmingham, B29 5BW
5 Newholmes Development, off Southern Drive, Kings Norton, Birmingham, B30 3QF
29/31 Radnor Road, Handsworth, Birmingham, B20 3SP
42-43 Wellington Road, Dudley, DY1 1RD
Brook Street, Lye, Stourbridge, DY9 8SN
41 Moathouse Lane West, Wolverhampton, WV11 3HA