GNCH

AcronymDefinition
GNCHGrey Nuns Community Hospital (Edmonton, AB, Canada)
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Although hospital facilities were more or less complete, he found himself the only doctor at GNCH. But he had a modest staff of able nurses to assist him.
Speaking 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 patients at the GNCH have given the ambulance the name 'Happy-O-Saurus' and have also drawn the artwork that has been reproduced on the rear of their ambulance," a spokesman for the charity said.
Chris Rushworth, of Durham County Cricket Club, will be raising money for the Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH), based at the RVI.
collision, keen horse rider Nicole and her family have made it their mission to fundraise in aid of the Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH).
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'.
Since the collision, keen horse rider Nicole and her family have made it their mission to fundraise in aid of the Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH).
The 11-year-old has been in Newcastle's Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH) since November last year after being struck down with a rare form of brain cancer.
Tests at the GNCH at the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle revealed a mass growing in the little boy's stomach.
In December we reported how Grace was using a revolutionary video-games robot at Newcastle's Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH) to try and bring movement back to her left arm and leg.