We are supporting the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in the fight against Corona virus. We need you help.
At the moment NHS Trust’s need our support more than ever. Many frontline staff are working long hours whilst worrying about their loved ones. We are working with the ROH to ensure the wellbeing of staff, patients and families are prioritised through this really tough time, and you can support too.
We want to keep the world smiling. With your help, we can do just that.
We have several initiatives live to support patients:
- Offering videocalling serves to loved ones via our in house ipads
- Offering care packs to patients to help distract them from having no visitors.
- Offering additional sensory equipment to those in distress
Support ROH staff members:
To support staff members at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital we are in the process of building Well-being packs to be given to each staff member working in the hospital. These will be complete with:
- Free meal vouchers
- hand cream
- Hot drink sachets
- Chocolate and sweet treats
- Advice on mindfulness and mental health support
How you can get involved:
- You can support our hospital directly by donating to us.
Simply visit the donate page, or click here.
- Set up your own fundraising page from home, click here to find out how.
- Support Sister Natalie Jackson in her fundraising campaign to provide staff extra special washing facilities in our clinical areas.
Simply Click here to get involved.
Say thank you:
We would like to include messages of thanks from people and patients in each staff well-being pack. Would you share a message of thanks or support? Just a few words to encourage our amazing team?
Simply share your note by clicking here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/LD53GWZ
Please note, if the epidemic situation in the UK changes, your funds will be used for other patient experience improvement projects within the hospital. You will be notified if this is the case by a member of our fundraising team. Your gift will always be used to benefit the work of The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.