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One Health tee off to raise funds for Neurocare

One Health consultants took part in an annual Golf Day to raise money for a local charity. 

A team of golfers from One Health donned their Argyle sweaters at the Annual Hallamshire Golf Day to raise money for neurology and neurosciences research in Sheffield.

Now in its twelfth year, the Golf Day, organised by Neurocare in Sheffield, raised money for the neuroscience and neurology departments at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, the Northern General Hospital, the Sheffield Childrens's Hospital and the Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SItraN).

More than £26K was raised on the day and will go towards buying equipment, and supporting research to save and improve the lives of patients in Sheffield with debilitating neurological conditions.

Sophie Thomas, Senior Fundraiser at Neurocare said 'We are so lucky to be supported by fantastic local companies like One Health.  This year, our 12th annual golf day is raising money for our ROSA Robot appeal.  ROSA is a piece of pioneering equipment which will revolutionise the way we can operate on patients with neurological conditions.'

Derek Bickerstaff, CEO of One Health said 'The core aim of One Health is to provide the best possible treatment for our patients, and we are passionate about delivering the highest standards of care.  Neurocare raise vital funds for the neuroscience departments of Sheffield hospitals and we feel honoured to be able to contribute towards this.'

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