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“The relief of sickness and the preservation of health among people residing permanently or temporarily in [specified area of benefit].”
“To assist in the treatment and care of persons suffering from mental or physical illness of any description or in need of rehabilitation as a result of such illness, by the provision of facilities for work and recreation.”
- to promote and protect the physical and mental health of sufferers of [insert medical condition] in [insert area of benefit] through the provision of financial assistance, support, education and practical advice
- to advance the education of the general public in all areas relating to [insert medical condition]
“To relieve sickness, poor health and old age amongst people living in [stipulated area] by providing a local broadcasting service for hospitals, residential homes and similar institutions.”
“To relieve sickness and to preserve the health of the patients of [name of surgery] at [place] by providing or assisting in the provision of equipment, facilities and services [[not normally provided by the statutory authorities] [ancillary to those provided by the doctors]].”
“To preserve and protect the health of patients of the [description of medical practice] by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities, support services and equipment not normally provided by the statutory authorities. To advance the education of the public in health care by the provision of lectures, fora and by the publication of newsletters devoted to healthcare.”