Centre Expansion Progress

29th November 2017


 

 

 The Centre For Clinical Haematology Expansion 

 

Work is nearing completion to expand the globally significant Centre for Clinical Haematology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. The transformational £3.2m development to double the capacity of the world class Centre has received over £2m from the Local Growth Fund (LGF) and Cure Leukaemia has made a commitment to raising the additional £1m required by December 31st 2017. Below you can see the progress throughout 2017 in our Flickr album.

The Centre is due to re-open to treat patients once again on Monday January 8th 2018. For more information contact the Queen Elizabeth Hospital direct HERE


♦  To read our 'Quest For A Cure' brochure which details the vital importance of the new Centre click HERE


♦  To make a donation towards the appeal please click HERE


♦  We would love to hear from you about why this Centre is so important to you. To share your story either tweet us @CureLeukaemia or email us via beinspired@cureleukaemia.co.uk.


♦  If you'd like to organise your own fundraising event please email Jennie@cureleukaemia.co.uk or call 0121 236 9202.

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