Sheffield Hospitals Charity

30th April 2013

Make life better for patients and their family at the most difficult time in their lives.

Your support makes anything possible, whether its treatment for an emergency, an acute condition or a long-term illness, your help will ensure everyone receives the highest quality of care. You can do something wonderful for the people of Sheffield and help to fund vital equipment, pioneering research, patient and family support services and the transformation of our hospitals into more comfortable and welcoming environments. With your support Sheffield Hospitals Charity can help thousands of patients being treated for almost every type of condition in the Northern General, Royal Hallamshire, Weston Park, Jessop Wing and Charles Clifford Dental hospitals. To find out more about our work or to donate call 0114 271 1351 or email charity@shct.nhs.uk or visit sheffieldhospitalscharity.org.uk

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