The main clinical area has been revamped into a bright open environment and has received extra donations such as television sets and privacy curtains from the British Kidney Patient Association.
What does BKPA stand for?
BKPA stands for British Kidney Patient Association
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The British Kidney Patient Association needs your used postage stamps, foreign coins and Air Miles vouchers to help us raise much-needed funds.
The British Kidney Patient Association needs your used postage stamps, foreign coins, air miles and other collectable items to help raise funds.
I FOUNDED the British Kidney Patient Association in 1975 after my son, Timbo, was diagnosed with kidney failure at the age of just 13 years.
After the case, British Kidney Patient Association founder Elizabeth Ward said: "This man was trying to make a quick buck out of other people's misery.
Elizabeth Ward, founder of the British Kidney Patient Association, said: "This man was trying to make a quick buck out of other people's misery.