One of the biggest ways Nottingham Hospitals Charity supports our local hospitals is by funding state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to directly enhance patient care.
Most recently, we funded a brand new intra operative MRI (iMRI) scanner for our friends at Nottingham Children’s Hospital to help treat children with brain tumours. This £3million project was an incredible achievement and is already being used by our younger patients from across Nottinghamshire.
We also fund important projects to make patients and their families’ lives easier while they stay with us, such as rest gardens, music therapy sessions, and massage therapy for palliative care patients at Hayward House.
Wolfson Cystic Fibrosis Centre MuralWe recently funded two murals at the Wolfson Cystic Fibrosis Centre, to help provide a warm and welcoming environment for Cystic Fibrosis patients, who often spend weeks or even months out of each year in hospital.
Youth Violence Intervention Programme
We have given £100,000 towards vital work with young people, taking place at the Queen’s Medical Centre. The funding is going towards charity Redthread’s Youth Violence Intervention Programme, which supports young people aged 11 to 25 who have been impacted by violence and exploitation.
To find out more about the facilities and equipment that we have funded, download our 2019/2020 Annual Report.
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Nottingham Children’s Hospital - the Big Appeal
Each year our Nottingham Children’s Hospital treats thousands of poorly babies and children. Find out how we've helped give them the best possible start in life through our Big Appeal.
See how your support helps fund training for our hospital nurses.
Hayward House is a specialist palliative care unit in the grounds of the City Hospital. Find out how we support specialist care for patients and families who stay here.