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AMF1 and Sebastian visit Stoke Mandeville Hospital

The team spoke to the inspirational NHS staff and patients at the National Spinal Injuries Centre.

Stoke Mandeville Hospital

As we strive to make a mark in the communities where we live, work and race, Aston Martin F1 and Sebastian Vettel visited Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire to meet staff and patients and learn more about the life-changing care provided at the hospital.

During our visit, we were shown around the National Spinal Injuries Centre to learn about the ground-breaking work aimed at helping patients on the road to recovery.

We discovered more about the unit's life-changing treatment techniques, witnessing first-hand how the staff help patients with short and long-term spinal cord injuries on their rehabilitation journey.

"It was interesting to learn about the injuries that can happen and, more importantly, how to deal with them after," said Sebastian.

"Meeting the people and understanding how they are making progress in recovery is very encouraging and inspirational."

Watch the full video below to see more about our visit and the fantastic staff and patients from the hospital.

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AMF1 Visit Stoke Mandeville Hospital

An incredibly inspiring day. We visited Stoke Mandeville Hospital's National Spinal Injuries Centre with Sebastian Vettel to discover the life-changing care they provide.

The smiles on the staff and patients' faces showed the extreme courage they carry through recovery.

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Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital

Everywhere we go, we make a mark on the communities we visit. Every adventure is an opportunity to learn more about the world around us.

Every experience opens our eyes to fresh perspectives and new possibilities. We were all inspired by the heroic work being done at the unit and the sheer courage on display from the patients.

Thank you to the Stoke Mandeville Hospital and their incredible staff for having us and, most importantly, for all that they do.

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