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A new partnership between The Hospital Research Foundation (THRF) and the Northern Adelaide Local Health Network (NALHN) will help drive philanthropic growth and support for medical research and improved patient care for the diverse northern communities of Adelaide.
THRF supports medical research and patient care across Adelaide hospitals and research institutions aiming to find cures and improve care for all South Australians. To date, THRF have committed $250,000 to translational medical research at the Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH), thanks to its generous community of donors and ticket buyers in the Hospital Research Home Lottery.
The new collaboration will also see the establishment of a philanthropic hub at the LMH later in the year where members of the community, researchers and hospital staff can learn more about the exciting opportunities this new partnership will bring.
“THRF supports patient care initiatives that are helping to ensure that your care in hospital is as comfortable as possible and informed by the very latest research outcomes,” said THRF CEO Paul Flynn.
“We are extremely proud to be able to generate philanthropic support and investment to grow the capacity of clinical research and patient care at the LMH and other collaborations that lead to improved health and health outcomes for people living in the northern communities of Adelaide.”
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