New Head of Service Delivery Accommodation at DIO

IANAir Commodore Tolfts joined the Royal Air Force in 1984 as a Personnel Branch officer. He completed junior officer tours at a variety of locations including RAF College Cranwell, RAF Coningsby, RAF Headley Court and… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

£300m new Defence rehabilitation centre for injured troops

HEADLEY COURTDefence rehabilitation services are to be given a £300 million upgrade in a move that will see the world-class medical services currently delivered at Headley Court move to a new purpose-built location at… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

New bionic legs inspire confidence

prostheticsSix months after receiving the new prosthetics, patients have been telling their inspirational stories about how their lives have been improved, including being able to play with their children in the garden and even gaining the confidence to dance in public. Some of the 50 personnel who have been… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh visit Headley Court

QUEENThe Queen and the Duke toured the rehabilitation facilities, including the Waterloo Gym, where they watched patients taking part in gait re-education, group therapy, circuit sessions and prosthetic activity. After seeing the… More information.  If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

Most advanced bionics for Service personnel

BIONICSService personnel who have lost their legs will now have access to the most technologically-advanced prosthetics available, thanks to new £6.5 million funding announced. Headley Court’s CO, Gp Capt Clare Walton, said: “Some of the technology is awesome…we’re giving our patients the best care available and this is it. The Defence Secretary said: “I’ve talked to some of the guys…they have their shopping lists…More information »

Roots of Recovery at the Chelsea Flower Show

Patients at Headley Court are growing stronger through a gardening project which has culminated in the creation of a display garden at the Chelsea Flower Show. Philip Hammond said: “Exhibiting here shows the determination of our injured personnel. By using innovative ways to provide rehabilitation, the staff at Headley Court have shown time and time again the facility gives first-class treatment for those who need it…More information »

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