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The Paula Carr Charitable Trust

The Paula Carr Charitable Trust

Who we are

The Paula Carr Diabetes Trust is an independent charitable trust supporting people in Kent & Medway living with diabetes.
The first project the Trust funded was to build and equip the Paula Carr Diabetes Care Centre in Ashford, which was opened by HRH, the Princess of Wales on 21 October 1992.

Since then, the charity has provided financial support to build and equip a further two Paula Carr Diabetes Centres in Maidstone and Margate.

All three centres today provide a base from which diabetes specialists provide integrated care, treatment, screening and health education for people living with diabetes in their areas.

The Ashford centre is also home to the specialist retinal eye screening service available to all NHS diabetes patients in Kent and Medway which is operated by emis care.

The charity works in many different ways. From developing patient information packs for people who have been recently diagnosed with diabetes, to providing funding for children's workshops and patient support groups. The charity is also involved in training and education for healthcare professionals.


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Charity details

Registered address
Paula Carr Trust,Paula Carr Diabetes Care Centre
William Harvey Hospital,Ashford
TN24 0LZ

01233 651844

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