Being in hospital can be a scary time for adults let alone children, which is why we want to make the experience as relaxing as possible for our young patients as well as their family and the staff treating them.
This year we are launching our Children’s Appeal to help transform more of our Children's Outpatient Departments into welcoming environments for the 120,000 young patients we see every year, during what can be a daunting time with repeat appointments.
We have already made a huge difference from ward refurbishments that have brightened up the wards where our young patients can stay for weeks at a time, whilst relieving stress for their family and a fantastic playground providing a fun and safe space for the children to play as part of their recovery from treatment.
Read more about the different projects we have funded across our hospitals, and the ongoing projects we still hope to fund, below.
At Good Hope Hospital, we treat 30,000 children every single year. We continue to fundraise for our young patients to support them through their treatment at Good Hope Hospital; whether...Find out more >
Every year, over 76,000 children visit Heartlands Hospital’s Children’s Department. Consisting of a Paediatric A&E, Children’s Outpatients Department, three Inpatient wards, and a High...Find out more >
Each year, Solihull Hospital sees approximately 17,000 children. The department consists of five consultation rooms, a measuring and treatment room, the breast feeding room, the playroom and...Find out more >