It’s very important that a university hospital is at the forefront of research. Some of the world’s leading scientists and doctors work at University Hospital of North Staffordshire’s Guy Hilton Research Centre. It is at the very leading edge of some groundbreaking research that benefits people around the world, especially in North Staffordshire.
Patients at University Hospital have access to some of the best clinicians because they are attracted to working at the research centre. This in turn means they may be able to take part in trials of treatments that can not only aid their recovery but help future patients. Getting scientists and doctors to work hand in hand is a great way of developing new treatments.
The Guy Hilton Research Centre is funded by Keele University, University Hospital of North Staffordshire, grants from external bodies and your charitable donations. Donations are especially important because they can make a real difference to the work our doctors can do. This often means buying extra equipment to continue their research or employing researchers to speed up their discoveries.
Featured below are some of the ways in which fundraisers are helping to support research in North Staffordshire.
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