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King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity raises funds to make a real difference for our patients, their families and the staff.

da vinci robot

We are proud that we have bought our hospital a da Vinci Xi robotic system. This is a gift from our charity that will revolutionise surgical cancer procedures for King George and Queen’s Hospitals and help save hundreds of lives in the future.

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Lewis Clements, age 9, came up with an idea to help the NHS and shared it with his good friend Ava who was happy to get involved. The young neighbours from Romford, set up a little stall and spent three days selling DVDs, books and other toys that were no longer wanted to the passing public. They also sold cold drinks, even to a passing policeman and the ice cream man!

Lewis Clements and Ava

Michael Webb’s baby Sienna was born at 30 weeks and needed specialist help from our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU). Michael was very impressed with how the doctors and nurses never stopped, showed complete compassion to him and his wife and the level of care they gave Sienna.  So much so that he hosted a motorcycle ride to raise funds to refurbish the NICU staff room.

baby sleeping

 

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We simply couldn’t do what we do without the support of our community and local businesses. There are lots of different ways to get involved:

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West Ham United and our charity

Watch Aaron Cresswell speak with Trust staff, members of our charity team and Chair Joe Fielder.

In late June, West Ham United captain Declan Rice spoke to some of our Hammers' supporting staff.