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Amy May - A tragic yet inspiring story

Amy May - A tragic yet inspiring story

Amy May Shead's family warn 'allergies can cause life-changing damage' Read more

Hope for those with Parkinson's

Scientists have restored nerve cells destroyed by a condition similar to Parkinson's disease, in monkeys. Hopes are that stem cell trials in human patients could begin before the end of 2018 Read more
HFH launches new and improved clinical training centre in Wimbledon

HFH launches new and improved clinical training centre in Wimbledon

We are pleased to announce our new nurse led training centre in Wimbledon is ready and now in use. Get in contact to find out more Read more
HFH launches new website

HFH launches new website

We are delighted to announce we have now launched our new website. The website has been enhanced to showcase the services we offer and to improve the way patients, customers and staff communicate with us. Read more
HFH Employee engagement forum August 2017

HFH Employee engagement forum August 2017

Thank you to all who attended our Employee Engagement Forum yesterday! It was lovely to see you all and we greatly appreciated your feedback Read more
How one man built a $51m theme park for his daughter

How one man built a $51m theme park for his daughter

A wonderful and inspiring story from the BBC… A father from Texas realised there were no theme parks where his disabled daughter could play. So he decided to build one. Read more
My Life, My Injury Conference

My Life, My Injury Conference

We enjoyed a delicious lunch alongside networking and observing wonderful guest speakers at the Field Fisher Brain Injury Conference - My Life, My Injury Conference today. Read more

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