The Freeman Heart & Lung Transplant Association (FHLTA)

The FHLTA is a voluntary organisation consisting of heart and or lung transplant recipients, families and their supporters. We hope you find our website informative and helpful.

The Freeman Hospital is located in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.

Aims and Objectives of the FHLTA

  • To relieve Heart & Lung transplant patients of the Freeman Hospital, who are sick and convalescing or in need of assistance, advice or facilities for recreation in order to improve their conditions of life and generally support the charitable work of the said hospital.
  • To advance the education of the public in the needs of transplantation and to mobilise, encourage, foster and maintain the interest and support of the public.
  • To give and exchange information and advice to promote education in all matters relating to transplantation.
  • To provide or assist in the provision of amenities in the Freeman Hospital including equipment, which may be needed for the benefit of Heart and Lung transplant patient

Latest News


Oct 18

FHLTA receive an amazing donation!

FHLTA would like to say a big thank you to Heather Bee Agnew, Paul Agnew, their family and friends for raising a whopping £11,247.84 You're amazing, thank you.
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Mar 18

Jeremy Hunt Facebook Live discussion on organ donation

1pm, Monday 5 March 2018 The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt MP, will be live on Facebook alongside Royal Free transplant surgeon Bimbo Fernando at 1pm, Monday 5 March...
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Latest Sports News


Jan 18

British Transplant Games 2017

2017’s Transplant Games took place in North Lanarkshire Scotland We had a team of 47 Competitors and 65 supporters representing the Freeman Hospital. Nine of those were newly transplanted patients and...
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Dec 16

New Sport Team Manager

Hello Everyone I have now taken over as The Freeman Sports Team Manager and Louise Mclellan will be Assistant Team Manager. We are a team of all ages and abilities...
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