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Supporting Leeds Hospitals Charity Trust

During a busy winter period for healthcare staff across the country, Vivid.Care are supporting Leeds Hospitals Charity Trust with a donation of £500.

This financial assistance and help will go towards enhancing the care the already provided and helps the charity with its aim to “be the best hospital, in the healthiest city in the UK.”

Vivid.Care Managing Director, Tristan Hulbert said, “we are at a time of increased seasonal pressure, with a great need for community assistance to our healthcare providers.

We wanted to show our gratitude to hard-working staff who keep patients supported and provide comfort to their loved ones during a difficult period.”

From life-saving equipment, treatments, and research into rare diseases, Leeds Hospitals Charity Trust uses its donations to bring hope, happiness, and home comforts to every bedside.

Support to the Trust is directed to six priority areas:

  • Specialist Equipment
  • Research
  • Education
  • Health & Wellbeing
  • Environment
  • Specialist Staff

As specialists in seating for complex conditions, Vivid.Care have supported healthcare industry professionals and their patients across the country for over 50 years with our equipment.

“We are proud to do anything we can to help a group with values and a mission that aligns so closely with our own, especially through this difficult period.” added MD, Tristan Hulbert.

Learn more about the many ways Leeds Hospitals Charity makes a difference to the community and how you can provide further support in their mission to deliver the best care for patients and families.

Date Published

15 December 2022

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Brian Chege

Brian is a university graduate with a particular interest in researching and writing about healthcare topics, including medical conditions, and current NHS issues and solutions. To ensure his articles are relevant and accurate, Brian uses UK government and private sector reports, and draws on a vast network of independent occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and healthcare professionals to both inform and verify his work.

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