Trust CEO taking on the Great Birmingham Run for UHB Charity


University Hospitals Birmingham’s Chief Executive, Jonathan Brotherton, is donning his running shoes in the Great Birmingham Run in support of University Hospitals Birmingham Charity.

UHB Charity is proud to work in partnership with University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust to help deliver excellent care to almost 3 million patients each year across four hospital sites: Good Hope Hospital, Heartlands Hospital, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Solihull Hospital.

We are thrilled that Jonathan Brotherton has decided to take on this challenge on behalf of the charity. He told us, “I’m running the Birmingham Half Marathon to lend my support to UHB Charity which supports the Trust that I am so very proud to work for.”

“The Charity helps the Trust immensely every day by funding multiple items that the NHS cannot routinely purchase, from state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to supporting lifesaving research and funding patients’ comforts to try and make what can be a difficult time as easy as it possibly can be.”

UHB Charity supports everyone who comes into our hospitals from premature babies, children undergoing lifesaving treatment, cancer and transplant patients, injured military personnel and elderly patients suffering with dementia.

To support UHB Charity and help Jonathan in his fundraising efforts, please donate here:

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