Our Teaching Centre
In addition, one seminar room has an interactive whiteboard touch screen, and two of the seminar rooms can be opened up to create a larger teaching space. Students are provided with access to WiFi internet within the centre and throughout the rest of the hospital. We also loan out iPads for students who require them.
Student Common Room:
The student common room has a television, microwave, water dispenser, fridge and kettle.
We have an IT room with 11 computers and a wall mounted TV screen.
Our highly equipped simulation centre features a two bedded ward area, video debriefing room and a wide range of medical training equipment.
Reception & Offices:
Open from 8.00 – 17.00 each day.
Locker room and accommodation is open 24/7 via swipe card access.
The Dudley Group was first recognised as a Teaching Trust in March 2001, when our first clinical sub dean, the late Mr Ronald Patrick Grimley, was appointed to the post. Ron Grimley was appointed vascular and general surgeon to the Dudley Health Authority in 1983. He had more than 40 publications to his name, and he became an examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1987. His enthusiasm for teaching helped The Dudley Group achieve teaching hospital status in partnership with the University of Birmingham, and he was the first clinical sub dean.
Ron worked tirelessly to gain our teaching status. He was an enthusiastic educationalist and inspiring mentor, with a special dedication for teaching undergraduate medical students.
The Ron Grimley Undergraduate Centre for medical studies was officially opened by Professor William Doe, Dean of The University of Birmingham medical school, in March 2006.
Our Academy Staff
The teaching academy directory is offered as an easy reference guide to the specific staff members, consultants and academy teachers/tutors at the Dudley Group.
News & Events
The Digital Media Team
The Ron Grimley Undergraduate Centre has an award winning, in-house team of dedicated and hard working media professionals, responsible for developing content to enhance the learning experiences of our medical students and foundation year doctors.
The team has a broad skill set, knowledge and experience of a variety of different software packages and programming languages which includes those listed below. Highly motivated, they enjoy creating a range of educational media productions in the knowledge that what they produce will go a long way in helping to inform and educate healthcare professionals of the future.
Russells Hall Hospital
The hospital is easily located, situated about two miles southwest of Dudley town centre and about two-and-a-half miles east of Kingswinford.
There is one main road entrance to the hospital site via the island where the A4101 Pensnett Road splits to become the A4101 Kingswinford Road.
Find out more about car parking.
The nearest railway stations to Russells Hall Hospital are at Cradley Heath, Dudley Port and Stourbridge.
The terminus is located outside the main entrance and there are also stops nearby in Pensnett Road and Kingswinford Road.
Buses to Dudley, Kingswinford and Stourbridge run frequently throughout the day.
For more information, log on to www.netwmtravelmap.com, click on Points of Interest and select the hospital you require from the list. When you click on the red star icon, the website will show surrounding bus stops, details of bus numbers and links to timetables. Alternatively, call Traveline on 0871 2002233.