Oxford PharmaGenesis has joined the Sobell Business Club, opening up new opportunities to engage with Oxfordshire’s exceptional Sobell House Hospice and the local community.
This follows Oxford PharmaGenesis’s fundraising in partnership with the Rotary Club of Oxford North during our Chairman Graham Shelton’s time as Rotary Club President in 2020–21.
Sobell House provides specialist palliative care to people living with a life-limiting illness in Oxfordshire, and supports their loved ones. Their work is directly relevant to areas in which Oxford PharmaGenesis supports its clients in global pharmaceutical companies to communicate about new developments in medicine – particularly in cancer, which currently represents approximately one-sixth of Oxford PharmaGenesis’s focus.
“Connecting scientific advances with the patients who need them most is core to our purpose as a HealthScience communications consultancy,” said Oxford PharmaGenesis CEO, Chris Winchester. “It’s an honour to partner with Sobell House – an outstanding local hospice and an essential part of Oxfordshire’s healthcare landscape. We are proud to support a hospice that has directly benefited our employees, families and friends.”
Oxford PharmaGenesis Facilities Services Manager, Emma Harris, said, “Sobell House is amazing. Sadly, we lost my grandfather to liver cancer, but Sobell House looked after him so well for the last few weeks of his life.”
Sobell House Corporate & Community Partnerships Manager, Tim Wraith, said, “We’re delighted that Oxford PharmaGenesis has joined the Sobell Business Club, supporting our work to provide life-enhancing care. They join about 40 businesses from across Oxfordshire, each demonstrating that caring with compassion is dear to their heart.”
Find out more about the incredible work carried out by Sobell House, here.