GNCH

AcronymDefinition
GNCHGrey Nuns Community Hospital (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
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Dr Campbell Hewson added: "The number of children we see at GNCH with cancer is relatively small - around 120 every year.
Dr Quentin Campbell Hewson, a consultant paediatric oncologist and unit lead for early phase clinical trials in children's cancer at GNCH, said Rhys is now coming to the end of his treatment.
Dr Mike McKean, a Consultant Respiratory Paediatrician at GNCH adds: "Bronchiolitis is a particular problem this time of year and can make a child cough persistently and wheeze which causes more concern.
Dr Rob Forsyth, consultant and senior lecturer in child neurology at the GNCH, said: "Every year in the UK some 1,300 children are diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
The patients at the GNCH have given the ambulance the name 'Happy-OSaurus' and have also drawn the artwork that has been reproduced on the rear of their ambulance," a spokesman for the charity said.
At the robot's first public demonstration, Dr Rob Forsyth, consultant and senior lecturer in Child Neurology at the GNCH, said: "Every year in the UK some 1,300 children are diagnosed with cerebral palsy.
The charity, which provides transport for cancer patients free of charge, has had its latest ambulance adopted by the GNCH, which patients have named 'Happy-O-Saurus.
It is our pleasure and privilege to support the fantastic work done by every member of staff in this wonderful resource for the North East When: June 27, noon-4pm Where: Peacock Hall RVI, Newcastle Organised by: GNCH, RVI Newcastle More info: Kathy Hudspith, Radio Lollipop Newcastle volunteer Press and PR Officer Team complete Coast to Coast for charity Raising money for: Diabetes UK, funding research into a cure for Type 1 Diabetes Mum of Alex and wife of Kev Bull Rachel Bull of Wideopen said: "On May 16 Kev Bull, Damian Chandler and Ronnie Kewley are cycling 140 miles and 9500ft in one day when they complete the Coast to Coast.
Helga Charters, matron for GNCH, said: "Our giraffe will be a new character for the children and young people to be able to relate to.
Helga Charters, matron for GNCH, said: "Children get better quicker when they are in an environment they enjoy.