£130,000 bought a state-of-the-art ultrasound scanner for use during problematic pregnancies.
£45,000 over two years allows children undergoing painful medical procedures to receive relaxing treatments, such as massage and aromatherapy sessions, with a Complementary Therapy Nurse Specialist.
£30,000 for a brand new Bereavement Centre at the City Hospital Campus, designed to distance those who have been bereaved from clinical areas, and to give them access to all the services they might need in one place.
£24,000+ to augment counselling services at Hayward House, the ‘hospice within our Hospitals’, and to refurbish the unit.
A bequest of £20,000 helped fund a research scientist working towards the earlier detection and better treatment of Prostate Cancer.
£17,000 to turn a disused library into a great new space for our youngsters – complete with a TV, games consoles, art equipment, and a kitchen area.
£2,000 for two dermatology nurses to attend a course to learn about skin camouflage techniques for children with chronic skin conditions.
£350 for yoga workshops for breast cancer patients.
Eric Thompson left a £20,000 legacy to Nottingham’s hospitals after being cared for at the City Hospital and Queen’s Medical Centre. Mr Thompson passed away at the age of 82 after suffering from prostate cancer. In his Will, he chose to leave the £20,000 legacy to Nottingham Hospitals Charity. He asked for the legacy to be split between the Urology department at the City Hospital, where he was treated for prostate cancer, and the Eye department at the Queen’s medical Centre, where he was treated for cataracts. Mr Thompson’s nephew Alan Boden, said:
“He was very pleased with the care he received at the hospitals.”
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