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TYNEANDWEAR HEALTH NEWS

Wednesday February 5 2020

Gateshead Football Club extends partnership with Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital




Gateshead Football Club extends partnership with Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital

Nuffield Health, the largest healthcare charity in the UK, has increased its support for Gateshead Football Club to provide players with the very best medical care.

The collaboration will give Gateshead players access to a range of healthcare services at Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital in Jesmond, including post injury scans, treatment plans and surgery where necessary.

“We are thrilled to be strengthening our relationship with Nuffield Health,” said club operations manager Alisha Henry.

“They have been a key supporter of the football club for a number of years, and we couldn’t be happier to have them on board in an even bigger way than before.”

Nuffield Health runs a network of award-winning hospitals, fitness and wellbeing clubs together with a host of other healthcare and diagnostic services across the country.

Matt Lamb, Hospital Director at Nuffield Health Newcastle Hospital, said: “Our strong partnership with Gateshead hopefully signals our commitment to the club and the local community. We strive to play an active role in highlighting the importance of health and wellness and everyone at Gateshead Football Club shares this ethos.”

This season will also see Nuffield Health’s distinctive logo adorn the first-team’s shorts and training kit.



"Our strong partnership with Gateshead hopefully signals our commitment to the club and the local community. We strive to play an active role in highlighting the importance of health and wellness."
Matt Lamb, Hospital Director at Nuffield Health








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