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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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Consultant Alun John will be speaking at the Nuffield Health event on Wednesday, February 7
The whole Nuffield Health Tees Hospital team celebrates their achievement
In addition to his private work with Nuffield Health, consultant ophthalmologist Mr Ram has his NHS position at the Royal Glamorgan Hospital.
Led by Nuffield Health Fitness Instructors Alison and Richie, the Supporters' Club members completed 90 minutes on the bikes and left the Riverside Drive facility discussing plans for their next session.
Rachel Broquard, commented: This deal elevates Nuffield Health to a peak position within the increasingly dynamic health market.
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
Mr Yeomans undertook his Nuffield scholarship in 2006, motivated by the inadequacies of the current, EU-backed carcassclassification system.
Thanks to the Nuffield team, they now have the basis for that preparation.
Some dads haven't even been in the country when their babies are conceived at the Nuffield.
The earliest Nuffield models ran on petrol/paraffin, but by 1950 diesel examples were available.
Nuffield Health is the UK's largest health care charity and social enterprise, bringing together private hospitals, health clinics, fitness & wellbeing centres, diagnostic units and a wide range of treatments.