Southmead Hospital in Bristol named as a specialist unit to provide prosthetics for war veterans
Southmead Hospital has been named as a specialist unit to provide prosthetics for war veterans.
The Disablement Services Centre at the hospital will receive a share of millions of pounds of government funding to support its work with those injured during conflict.
It was named as one nine NHS units across the country announced by health minister Dan Poulter this morning and will receive a share of £6.7 million.
It is part of £11 million being made available from the Government over the next two years to ensure ex-service men and women access the highest level of prosthetic and rehabilitation care.
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Henry Lumley, manager of the Disablement Services Centre at North Bristol NHS Trust, said: "We are pleased to be named as one of the 9 Specialist Tertiary Prosthetics centres for War Veterans which recognises the quality of our services and reflects the dedication and professionalism of our staff.
"We see this as an opportunity to further develop and enhance our services to benefit not only our war veterans but also our other patients."