Caring for our 4,500 colleagues – launch of the £2m Health and Wellbeing Hub 

The first-of-its kind proposed ‘Health and Wellbeing Hub’ will be a purpose-built facility to ‘care for carers’ - those people working around the clock at the Trust, who provide care to our communities and families. 

Opening in spring 2023, the appeal is for all local people, groups, teams, and businesses to think how they are able to contribute, fundraise and back this ambitious and exciting project which will provide health and wellbeing support for our Chesterfield Royal Hospital colleagues. 

Donations can be made through the Trust website or Chesterfield Royal Hospital Charity - JustGiving. Find out how you can fundraise here.  
 
Are you a Chesterfield Royal Hospital colleague?
Find out how you can get involved and support your colleagues here.

Are you a local business and want to support?
Local businesses can support the appeal by becoming members of the Corporate Champions Club – where tailor-made packages of support can offer businesses and large organisations a direct link to the Charity and ensure they are recognised for their ongoing commitment. Click here. 
 
More about the hub: 
The Health and Wellbeing Hub will be open seven days a week for colleagues to utilise and enjoy the facilities, which include: 
•    Counselling rooms.
•    Complimentary therapies.
•    Areas for group and individual reflections after traumatic incidents, like those seen during the pandemic.
•    A state of the art gym.
 
Once established, the Hub may be developed further to include: Hal - launch of H&W Hub Chatsworth.png
•    A special Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) pitch for team games and bonding. 
•    Cookery demonstrations.
•    Dancing and alternative exercise classes 
•    Holistic therapies. 
 
The Health and Wellbeing Hub already has a number of high-profile partners. As a flagship project, NHS Charities Together has committed £250,000, Sheffield Hallam University will undertake research and disseminate findings and Westfield Health further contributed £250,000, understanding the importance of such a facility.
 

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