Nuffield Health

Nuffield Health

A chain of independent (private) hospitals, health clinics, fitness and well-being centres in the UK, which have provided a broad range of diagnostic and therapeutic services in the UK for since the 1960s.
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A TEAM of over 30 orthopaedic surgeons at Nuffield Health Cardiff & Vale Hospitals provide specialist expertise covering the various joints and bones in the body.
The child's parents were mistakenly identified as not being carriers of the condition during IVF treatment at Nuffield Health Woking Hospital.
Ceri Morgan, senior general manager for Nuffield Health Bridgend and Cwmbran Fitness & Wellbeing Gyms, explained: "Many people think that a diagnosis of arthritis means they will become progressively debilitated.
Health watchdog The Care Quality Commission gave the top-level rating to Nuffield Health Tees Hospital, in Norton.
Since then Mr Roberts has worked in a number of gyms as a personal trainer, including Nuffield Health and Xercise4Less.
Project Description : To build a new 70m hospital for Nuffield Health in Manchester.
WITH just over a week to go until Supporters Club members take on the Sligo to Goodison Cycle Challenge, in support of "Home Is Where The Heart Is", the group honed their training techniques with a gruelling double spin session at Nuffield Health, in Liverpool.
YSGOL EMRYS AP FRIARS GCSE students from a Bangor school recently boosted their Health and Social Science studies with a behind-the-scenes look Nuffield Health Chester Hospital.
DON'T forget that Tracey Milner will be hosting a 10 hour spinathon at Nuffield Health Centre in Warwick to raise money for Myton on Friday March 11.
Here, Mary Cotter, nutritional therapist for Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital, gives guidance on the foods to eat to help prevent cancer.
A survey by Nuffield Health, in partnership with Infertility Network UK, found 40 per cent of Scots men unwilling to discuss their fertility concerns.
The figures out today from Nuffield Health reveal that the combination of a lack of access to treatment and diagnostics, poor guidance for doctors and patients, and increasingly sedentary lifestyles, are causing a large population - around 300,000 based on today's snapshot survey - to live with painful symptoms which could be avoided with early treatment and good advice.