Nuffield


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British industrialist who manufactured automobiles and created a philanthropic foundation (1877-1963)

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Hip specialist Alun John is hosting a "hip" event at Nuffield Health Vale Hospital on Wednesday, February 7, and on February 28, David Pemberton will provide information about knee pain and surgical options.
Sharon Robinson, matron at Nuffield Health Tees Hospital, said: "This rating recognises the exceptional care we deliver on a daily basis.
At the appointment at Nuffield Health Cardiff Bay Hospital, they detected that he had suffered a bleed and Mr Ram felt that urgent treatment was required to stop any deterioration and possibly improve Mr Roche's vision.
Cheered on by Everton Ambassador Ian Snodin, the group took part in an intensive double spin session at Nuffield Health focusing on techniques such as hill-climbs, sprints and jumps.
With this transaction, Nuffield Health boosts the number of health and wellbeing gym sites to 112, making it a leading provider in the consumer health and wellbeing market.
Each year, the Nuffield Farming Scholarship awards 20 scholarships to individuals working in the food, farming, horticulture, rural and associated industries.
If you would like to take part in the Ten-Hour Spinathon, please contact The Nuffield Health Centre on 01926 676419.
The award is given each year to the Nuffield scholar from the previous decade judged to have made the most effective use of their Nuffield experience since they completed their research.
The lecture series culminated in a talk by Dr Paul Catterson, Newcastle United FC team doctor and host of Nuffield Health Hospital Newcastle's weekly sports injury clinic.
Over the past three decades, about 6000 babies have been born as a result of Nuffield Hospital Glasgow treatment, the first of which was 29-year-old Louise Marshall.
The Nuffield tractor went into production in 1948, built by the Agricultural Division of British Morris Motors, later a subsidiary of British Motor Corp.
Nuffield Health, one of the UK's largest providers of private healthcare, will sponsor the latest edition of The Cosmetic Surgery Guide, published by www.
The author of the seminal report into the NHS Mid Staffordshire scandal is 'in talks' with Nuffield Trust to undertake a year review into the take up of his recommendations.
Nuffield Health handed over only PS100,000 corporation tax in 2011, through its subsidiary health screening company Medica Reporting, even though it had a total turnover of PS575million.
HP (NYSE: HPQ) announced that Nuffield Health, the UK's largest health charity, has selected HP technology to ensure that all its facilities deliver the same high standards of patient care.