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West Yorkshire first as Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital makes £2.6m Investment
A major £2.6m investment in new Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computerised Tomography (CT) scanners at Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital will improve the care of hundreds of patients with a host of health conditions.
Nuffield Health names Steve Gray as new Chief Executive
Nuffield Health, the UK's leading healthcare organisation, is to appoint Steve Gray as Chief Executive, with effect from 1 January 2016, it announced today.
David Mobbs steps-down as CEO at Nuffield Health
David Mobbs has released the following statement about his decision to step-down as Group Chief Executive of Nuffield Health:
Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital is 50 years old today
On Thursday, 9th September 1965 the "Salop Nuffield Nursing Home" opened its doors for the first time; 50 years on now named "Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital" it is a well-established part of the local community.
School chosen for pioneering Head of Wellbeing pilot
Nuffield Health today launches school wellbeing pilot to explore the concept of a Head of Wellbeing post as an integral part of secondary school infrastructure.
Nuffield Health babies return to the nest for fertility unit's 30th birthday
16 August 2015
The legacy of a leading Scottish fertility clinic was celebrated today when over 100 babies conceived at Nuffield Health Hospital Glasgow met for the first time at a party to mark the unit’s 30th anniversary
Looking for a nursery? Here's some top expert tips to consider
7 August 2015
Leaving your child in the care of other people is never easy, however, the reassurance that comes from selecting the right nursery can make the process much easier.
Nuffield Health opens doors of new Cambridge Hospital
22 July 2015
The not for profit organisation has today opens the new Nuffield Health hospital in Cambridge, following a £30 million investment in building of the new hospital and reworking the surrounding area. The elegant brick building among the Cambridge cityscape houses state-of-the-art hospital equipped to the highest standards.
Nuffield Health Announces Plans to Open State-of-the-art Diagnostic suite at Citylabs
16 July 2015
Not-for-profit organisation Nuffield Health, in partnership with Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP), has announced details of its plan to open a 5 star, state-of-the-art diagnostic suite at Citylabs on Oxford Road in November.
Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital response to the publication of the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC) inspection report
15 July 2015
Following the recent inspection of the Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, Nuffield Health Medical Director and Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Geoff Graham, said: “We welcome the CQC report. Nuffield Health Bristol is one of the first independent hospitals to be reviewed by the CQC in the new second wave of inspections. We are pleased that the hospital has been rated ‘Good’ by the CQC across the adult wards, operating theatres, outpatients and diagnostics services"....
Nuffield Health Salford Triathlon Returns to Media City
14 July 2015
With the populairty of triathlons continuing to increase, Nuffield Health Salford Triathlon returns to MediaCity UK, the home of BBC, ITV and Coronation Street for the third year running on Sunday 26 July.
Is now the time for businesses to adopt mindfulness?
1 July 2015
Not-for-profit healthcare organisation Nuffield Health and mindfulness expert, MindLab, have launched a mindfulness training programme for businesses to help them optimise employee performance and build emotional resilience.
Nuffield Health sees strong growth complete health strategy
25 June 2015
Leading healthcare organisation, Nuffield Health, today publishes its annual report for 2014.
Nuffield Health welcomes today’s report from the NHS Partners Network (NHSPN) - 15 Years of Concordat: reflection and renewal - highlighting the importance of the long-standing relationship between the NHS and the Independent Sector.
Huge numbers of young women in the UK are still frequently missing smear tests, despite the fact that cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under the age of 35*.Research** shows that 38 per cent of women between the ages of 25-29 failed to make a cervical screening appointment when invited by their GP.
The acquisitions are part of Nuffield Health’s long term strategy to create a national network of health, fitness and wellbeing centres and increase its presence in key cities...