Since the official opening of the new Community Hospital on 9th June 2014, the League of Friends has been hard at work raising funds to provide equipment to enhance the facilities and capabilities of the hospital. Specialist equipment doesn't come cheaply and the following facts and figures may give you some idea of what is involved.
Mattresses, scales, ambulatory care pump, reclining chairs & Christmas cheer - Total £13,424
Garden Furniture, Tonomoter, Bariatric Commode, Vital Signs Monitor, Digital Reminiscence Therapy equipment & Christmas cheer -Total £17,777
Fall Alarms, Bee-sting Cystodiathermy, Bariatric Bed & Mattress, Bladder Scanner, Scoop Stretcher, Radio (Outpatients) & Christmas cheer -Total £31,586
Upgrade to patient TV's, Day Rooms refurbishment, Arts and crafts equipment, bookcases, slit lamp and Christmas cheer - Total £11,532
Patient Lift for Imaging Dept, Mobile ECG Machine, 2 Bladder Scanners, Training Skeleton, Specialist Baby Nursing Chairs, Jaundice Monitor, Tens Machines, Slings & Mannequin, Training Models and Christmas cheer - Total £29,110
Pelvic Model, Dementia Activities Boxes, Dyson fans, Aromatherapy Diffusers, Christmas cheer and gifts to in-patients Total £23,067
Nasendescope, Suturing Couch, 2 Birthing Couches, Raizer Chair, Bariatric Plinth, Christmas cheer.
Motorised Chair, 23 Dementia Friendly Wall Clocks, Specialist Oncology Chair, 3 Televisions