£112 Million Invested in National Institute for Health Research Facilities

The Department of Health announced a further £112 million investment into NIHR Clinical Research Facilities (CRFs) across the country.

Following a competitive application and assessment process, funding has been awarded to 23 NHS organisations. Provided over the next five years, the funding will pay for specialist research nurses and technical staff, as well as providing cutting-edge facilities to support clinical research and trials.

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Below is a table summarising how the £112m investment in clinical facilities will be split between 23 NHS organisations.

The full press release on the announcement is available here.

NHS organisation Funding for 5 years from 1 April 2017
Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust £2,000,000
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £11,485,445
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £12,500,000
Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust £3,038,927
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust £7,256,216
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust £10,885,958
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £750,000
Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust £750,000
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust £5,315,730
Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust £4,000,000
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust £2,407,641
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £3,738,298
Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust £750,000
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust £5,738,298
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust £1,392,550
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £3,111,845
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust £3,964,705
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust £2,483,179
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust £6,500,000
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust £12,812,957
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust £750,000
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust £1,430,641
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust £9,244,166

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Published 23. November 2016 in News UK