Updated: Wednesday 24 February 2021

Nuffield Health’s Professional Head of Emotional Wellbeing discusses the importance of managing stress

Updated: Wednesday 13 January 2021

Nuffield Health has launched a free 12-week programme in partnership with Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020

A third of 18-35 year olds (33%) feel too self-conscious to join a gym, according to a new survey, out today, from the UK’s largest independent not-for-profit health and wellbeing organisation, Nuffield Health.

Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020

Nuffield Health has joined independent healthcare providers across the country in committing to implement a new medical governance framework that will help ensure all independent sector providers in England are able to further improve the care they are giving to their patients.

Updated: Friday 11 December 2020

A survey conducted by Nuffield Health - the UK’s largest healthcare charity - shows four in five Brits (83%) are concerned about the ongoing negative impact of the pandemic on their mental health, with more than a third reporting increased stress and anxiety (38%) or feeling more low or depressed than usual (31%).

Updated: Thursday 10 December 2020

A new report calls for a change in the medically-focused language society uses to discuss mental health. Created following a panel discussion in October, the report forms part of a campaign to encourage people to think more holistically about their mental health and to break down the barriers preventing people from opening up and accessing support.

Updated: Monday 23 November 2020

A new survey has found that half of British women are doing less exercise as the mornings and evenings get darker, with the UK’s largest healthcare charity and double Olympic Gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes warning of a lockdown health inequality.

Updated: Friday 20 November 2020

A new survey reveals how Brits – young and old - are coping during lockdown. With almost two in ten (17%) stating that their overall wellbeing has got better since the start of lockdown and almost half (48%) believing their overall wellbeing has remained the same, it seems many are adjusting well to their new daily routines.

Updated: Wednesday 11 November 2020

Nuffield Health have agreed a strategic partnership with P4’s Precision Medicine Accelerator programme that could enhance its ability to clinically innovate across its 31 hospitals across the UK, potentially helping to discover the underlying genetic causes of disease in its patients.

Updated: Tuesday 13 October 2020

This winter, access to gyms has never been so important. Statement from Nuffield Health Medical Director, Dr Davina Deniszczyc.

Updated: Monday 14 September 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has reported strong member engagement at its fitness and wellbeing centres since indoor gyms were able to reopen in England on 25th July 2020. Since the initial reopening date in England, Nuffield Health have welcomed back members to all of its 113 consumer gyms across England, Wales and Scotland following local lockdown restrictions lifting, recorded over one million visits to its fitness and wellbeing centres.

Updated: Friday 14 August 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has welcomed the opportunity to support patients with elective hospital care as part of the independent sector-wide contract extension with the NHS.

Updated: Thursday 6 August 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, is developing the UK’s first specialist rehabilitation programme to support patients in their recovery after they have received medical treatment for COVID-19.

Updated: Thursday 9 July 2020

As gym and leisure facilities prepare to open, the UK’s largest healthcare charity sets out its strategy to reopen its sites safely for members and employees.

Updated: Thursday 25 June 2020

We know that lockdown has significantly impacted the nation’s health, and the burden on people’s physical and mental wellbeing will have a long-lasting effect on the NHS. So it is vital that we act now to reopen the nation’s gyms and help kick-start our recovery from COVID-19. Statement from our CEO, Steve Gray.

Updated: Friday 19 June 2020

As the UK Government continues to encourage those who can work at home to do so, new survey reveals that 80% of Brits feel working from home has had a negative impact on their mental health.

Updated: Tuesday 9 June 2020

With schools and shops starting to open up, life may feel for some like it's starting to return to a new normal. Yet for many people now entering the twelfth week of working from home, the return to an office still seems a way off. In fact one fifth of working Brits (19%) don't expect to be back in their usual place of work until some point in July, with nearly one in 10 (8%) expecting to remain working from home indefinitely.

Updated: Wednesday 27 May 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK’s largest healthcare charity, has today announced Dr Natalie-Jane Macdonald as its new Chairman of the Board. Dr Macdonald succeeds Russell Hardy, who is stepping down after eight years as Chairman and a decade on the Nuffield Health Board.

Updated: Sunday 10 May 2020

As we wait to hear how Britain will be eased out of lockdown, it seems the constraints on our day to lives have led to some unexpected benefits, with three quarters of Brits (76%) taking up at least one new form of exercise since lockdown began.

Updated: Thursday 7 May 2020

Nuffield Health, the UK's largest healthcare charity, has launched online emotional wellbeing services to continue to support people during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Nuffield Health will now provide a range of flexible, effective psychological therapies via remote methods including phone, video or email.