The Skin Cancer Research Fund, founded 1979, is now  based at Southmead  Hospital, Bristol, UK.  

After many years at Frenchay Hospital the move to Southmead was completed on 11 May 2015 and is located in the Pines and Steps Building.  

After just over a year in temporary accommodation at Frenchay as the former hospital gradually transformed into a building site it is nice to be settled into a new home

Frenchay Hospital was a major centre for the treatment of skin cancer, particularly malignant melanoma for which it had a national and international reputation.

This reputation, along with the complete Plastic Surgery facilities, transferred to the new Southmead Hospital in May 2014, where all the work continues as before.