Transplant Café for Patients & Carers

Transplant Café for Patients & Carers

The Transplant Café for Patients & Carers - next meeting is on Thursday 8 August 10 - 12noon in Seminar Room 1, Level 4 of the Institute of Transplantation...

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David Lloyds Welcome FHLTA

David Lloyds Welcome FHLTA

Patients and relatives of the FHLTA are welcome to use the restaurant area at the David Lloyd’s Club opposite the Freeman Hospital. This may make a pleasant alternative to the hospital canteen. Prior to use you need to sign in at the reception of the club....

Max’s Story

Max’s Story

Max’s ordeal began in Autumn 2016, when he was just 8 years old, with what we thought was a fairly innocent but persistent cough. We were back and forth to our GP who initially diagnosed asthma and prescribed an inhaler and steroids. But the cough persisted ...

Great North Run 2019

Great North Run 2019

All of our places for the Great North Run are now taken. Thank you to everyone who has signed up to take part and raise funds for our charity....

British Transplant Games 2019 – Newport, South Wales

British Transplant Games 2019 – Newport, South Wales

The location for the 2019 Games is Newport, South Wales on 25th -28th July 2019. Event registration is now closed....

Organ Donation Week 2019

Organ Donation Week 2019

Hi Everyone this year Organ Donation Week runs from Monday the 2nd September to Sunday the 9th. We will have various stands within the Freeman Hospital and the RVI and hopefully the Metro Centre....

AGM and Christmas Lunch

AGM and Christmas Lunch

AGM and Christmas Lunch Saturday 23rd November 2019 10.30am...

European Transplant Games 2020 – Vitoria Gasteiz, Spain

European Transplant Games 2020 – Vitoria Gasteiz, Spain

Every 2 years the Freeman Heart & Lung Sports Team have the opportunity to join team GB in the European Heart & Lung Transplant Federation (EHLTF) Games. The next games will take place in 2020 in Vitoria Gasteiz (Spain). This is the capital of the Basque Count...

The benefits of keeping active....

Physical activity will help your new organ last as long as possible, reduce risk of diabetes, maintain bone health and manage weight gain that can result from treatment.
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