King’s Critical Care Appeal
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Help us create the world’s best Critical Care Centre.
When it comes to critical care, King’s College Hospital saves more lives than anywhere else in the UK. We treat the sickest patients, suffering conditions such as major trauma, cancer, stroke or brain injuries. Many will need immediate surgery or transplantation services to save their lives.
We are creating a purpose built, state-of-the-art Critical Care Centre offering a light, spacious, and homely environment delivering holistic care to patients and improved support for their families.
We want to not only continue to increase the number of lives saved, but also improve the quality of each person’s life. Your support could help patients feel less fearful and more supported mentally and physically during their time in critical care.
Our new Critical Care Centre will provide a more natural, stimulating, less threatening space that will help thousands of people make a faster and better recovery.
Support Life Appeal
We have set an ambitious target to raise £2.6M to fund innovative enhancements to the new centre which will directly impact patient and family experience by reducing delirium, facilitating faster rehabilitation and better long-term recovery. King’s College Hospital Charity has committed £1m and we have launched King’s Critical Care Appeal to raise the remaining £1.6m.
Your gift could go towards:
- the creation of the unique rooftop garden. The garden will provide access to fresh air and daylight for patients and families and this space will be a powerful resource in the rehabilitation process
- the innovative technology needed to ensure the very best patient experience, including touch screens
- bedside lamps to create a homely environment for patients, vastly different from a traditional hospital ward
- mobile tablets for patients to use during their stay and help them to stay connected with their loved ones at what is often a very distressing time for both the patient and their families.
To give patients and their families the best possible healing environment during their time in critical care, we need your help. Please help King’s set a new global standard in Critical Care.