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National Osteoporosis Society

Osteoporosis helpline

0845 450 0230

9am - 5pm Mon-Fri

About Us

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK wide charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and fragility fractures.

 

The charity was established in 1986 and has since grown into a well respected national charity with approximately 25,000 members and over 50 members of staff.

In this section you can find out more about the National Osteoporosis Society; the structure of the organisation, the services we offer, links to our press centre, our latest news, as well as other useful information relating to the charity.

Who we are

The National Osteoporosis Society is the only UK wide charity dedicated to improving the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of osteoporosis and fragility fractures

 

What we do

Learn more about our essential services

 

Our organisation

How our charity is structured and managed

 

Our Partners

The Pharmaceutical companies we work with

 

Research

Find out more about how we fund clinical research

Contact us

General enquiries:

National Osteoporosis Society
Manor Farm
Skinners Hill
Camerton
Bath
BA2 0PJ

Email: info@nos.org.uk

Tel: 01761 471771 / 0845 130 3076

(Mon to Thu 9.00am to 4.30 pm
Friday 9.00am to 4.00pm)

Our Forum

National Osteoporosis Society Forum

Join our forum today and talk to other people about osteoporosis.

Can you help?

Donate

Make a difference with a regular gift

 

Fundraise

Take part in an event

 

Get involved

Find a support group near you

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Vacancies

The National Osteoporosis Society is a renowned UK health charity based six miles south of Bath. We offer 25 days holiday a year, flexible working and a proactive staff development programme

Read about vacancies

Annual Review 2012

Download a copy of our 2012 Annual Review here.

Annual Review 2012

Hip fractures cause more than 1150 premature deaths each month in the UK

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