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Westfield Health appoints new CEO

Corporate health and wellbeing solutions provider, Westfield Health, has appointed a new chief executive, signifying its commitment to becoming a forward thinking market leader in the industry. David Capper assumes the permanent role, subject to regulatory approval, after a six-week period as interim CEO, following the retirement of Jill Davies in

New gym partnership offers instant access to “transformational” mental health support

Two not-for-profit health and wellbeing organisations are working together to provide greater access to health services and mental resilience support. Health and wellbeing provider, Westfield Health, is forming a new partnership with SIV - the health and wellbeing charity which operates 11 sport and leisure venues across Sheffield. It means that anyone

Westfield Health unveils strategy to support start-ups

Pictured is Westfield Health's new headquarters - Westfield House on Charter Row in Sheffield city centre   Westfield Health is inviting start-ups and entrepreneurs from the health and wellbeing sector to pitch for partnership, investment and business support opportunities with the company.  As part of a new strategy embracing developing markets in health,

Funding secured for new regional Children’s Cancer Centre

A new flagship regional children’s cancer centre is set to be built at Sheffield Children’s Hospital thanks to donations from PACT Charity and leading not-for-profit health and wellbeing company Westfield Health.   The centre will be called the PACT and Westfield Health Oncology and Haematology Centre and is three times the size

Team GB tech developed in Sheffield set to give nation ‘major health boost’

Sheffield’s business and education communities are working together to ensure the elite sports research and technology used by Team GB in the Rio Olympics boosts health and fitness closer to home. Westfield Health is working with Sheffield Hallam University as a major partner of its Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) which

Stress misconceptions abound in UK workforces

Almost half of UK employees whose colleagues have taken time off work due to stress think it’s not real.  According to new research released today, 45 per cent of employees who have never experienced a mental health issue do not understand stress to be ‘real’ and think it can be used