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Nuffield

William Richard Morris, 1st Viscount Nuffield. 1877--1963, English motorcar manufacturer and philanthropist. He endowed Nuffield College at Oxford (1937) and the Nuffield Foundation (1943), a charitable trust for the furtherance of medicine and education
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Earlier in the year, Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital hosted its annual charity quiz evening at The Montgomery Waters Meadow Stadium.
This reflects our teams' consistent hard work, relentless focus on patient safety, quality and outcomes and their commitment to be the best for our patients." Nuffield Health was selected from a final group of five.
Mr Williams followed in her footsteps when winning his own Nuffield farming scholarship in 2010.
Sir Andrew Dilnot, Warden, at Nuffield College, Oxford, commented: The combination of the Nuffield Trusts, Urban&Civic and Homes England at Wintringham is a clear example of how the charitable, private and public sectors can work together to bring forward homes and infrastructure as quickly as possible.
The first session was an introduction to the activity, led by Nuffield staff member Owen Jones, where each pupil had the opportunity to take part in a typical exercise class.
Ward nurse at Nuffield Health Chester, The Grosvenor Hospital Naomi Barratt said: "Being able to complete the 5k run together has kept us motivated and brought us closer as a team both outside and within the ward.
The whole Nuffield Health Tees Hospital team celebrates their achievement
My wife Rose and I are celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary next year and we want to get on with enjoying our lives - we can't hang around waiting!" In addition to his private work with Nuffield Health, consultant ophthalmologist Mr Ram has his NHS position at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
The Nuffield Scholarship allows Robert to visit multiple countries to further his knowledge and understanding, with a view to advancing in his field.
Fitness fans at Nuffield Health Centre get in training for the Ten-Hour Spinathon
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.