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charity and community

Giving back is in our nature. We have a long history of supporting people, communities and charities. We’re a not for profit company and put our heart and soul into helping people live better.

Helen's 'gift of life' takes her to the Games

Double transplant recipient Helen Wilson discusses her amazing story that led her to take part in the Westfield Health British Transplant Games.

Mark's gift of life

This week we’re proudly supporting Organ Donation Week. To highlight just how life-changing transplantation can be, we spoke to Mark Tompkinson, a dad from Sheffield who had ten organs removed and six replaced through transplants.

Helen’s phenomenal ‘Gift of Life’ and the Games 2017

During Organ Donation Week, double transplant recipient Helen Wilson speaks about the Westfield Health British Transplant Games 2017 and why it is so important to raise awareness of the phenomenal ‘Gift of Life’.

The Games: Days Three & Four

Highlights from days three & four of the 2017 Westfield Health British Transplant Games

The Games: Day Two

Westfield Defibrillator Saves Another Life

Emma Scott, Community Defibrillation Officer with the Yorkshire Ambulance Service, talks about the vital work she has done with Westfield Health to install over 100 Automated External Defibrillators across Yorkshire.

Giving the gift of life

Here at Westfield Health, we support a number of organisations that provide life changing care and support for people suffering from a range of health problems. However, we feel particularly passionate about raising awareness of the need for more people to sign up to become organ donors. Our Chairman, Graham Moore, marks World Kidney Day and the countdown to the Westfield Health British Transplant Games, and reminds us just how important it is to support these initiatives.

Why we must all get behind organ donation

The number of people who have donated their organs has dropped for the first time in 11 years. Our Chairman Graham Moore talks about the need for more registered organ donors and our reasons for getting behind the British Transplant Games.