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John and Chris Hollins launch new matchday health clinic at Chelsea Football Club

08 February 2010

John Hollins and his son, BBC presenter and Strictly Come Dancing winner Chris, officially opened a unique medical service for football fans this month.

346-mobile-clinic.jpgJohn Hollins and his son, BBC presenter and Strictly Come Dancing winner Chris, officially opened a unique medical service for football fans this month.

Chelsea Football Club has joined forces with Chelsea and Westminster Hospital to provide a mobile screening clinic on matchdays at Stamford Bridge.

The clinic was open to fans for the first time before the crucial Premier League match between title contenders Chelsea and Arsenal on Sunday 7 February.

The nurse-led clinic saw 35 football fans on the day and provided a range of services including blood pressure checks, weight checks and stop smoking advice.

The clinic will be situated by the Stamford Gate and will open 4 hours prior to kick-off at all weekend Chelsea home games until the end of the season.

Picture (above): Chris Hollins, Sian Nelson (Membership & Engagement Manager), John Hollins and Heather Lawrence (Chief Executive)