The Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity has funded a new supply of activity boxes to aid the recovery of dementia and stroke patients. You can find out more about how they are supporting patients on our News pages here.
Dr Ted is the new ambassador for the charity’s children’s appeal and will support fundraising for
resources, equipment and projects which benefit The Rotherham NHS Foundation
Trust’s youngest and most vulnerable patients. You can find out more about him on our News pages here.
Families visiting loved ones receiving critical care at Rotherham Hospital are benefiting from a colourful and uplifting environment thanks to new ceiling lights funded by the charity. See how they look online here.
Specialist physiotherapy equipment funded by the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity is helping patients to feel fitter, stronger to return home more quickly. For more information visit our News pages here.
Rotherham’s new Urgent and Emergency Care Centre (UECC) is now a more comforting and interactive place for children thanks to a host of toys funded by the charity. Check out some of our young patients playing with them online here.
New equipment designed to make swimming pool rescues at Park Rehabilitation Centre quicker and easier has been funded by the charity. You can find out more by visiting our News pages here.
children being cared for at Rotherham Hospital are receiving tricks alongside
their treatment thanks to a magician funded by the Rotherham
Hospital and Community Charity. You can find out more by visiting our News pages here.
Nurses and midwives in Rotherham will now have the opportunity to access extra peer support to help them through the Coronavirus pandemic thanks to funding from NHS charities for the Nightingale Frontline NHS Leadership Support Service. To find out more about the service, visit our website here.
Colleagues at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust who have experienced trauma at work or home during the Covid-19 pandemic will be offered additional professional support from their peers thanks to funding from NHS charities. Find out more here.
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to age 40 years in a matter
of minutes? NHS and care homes staff can now find out thanks to a high tech
simulation suit funded by the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity. You can find out more by visiting our news pages here.