South Tees Hospitals Charity

James Cook Hospital Neonatal Charitable Fund

We are the official charity of the Neonatal Unit at James Cook Hospital. Your generous donations help the many babies and their families who come to our hospital for treatment and care, making their experience the best it possibly can be.
£64,022
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by 1218 supporters
RCN 1056061

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Story

The majority of the 5,600 babies who are born in the trust every year are well and can go home relatively quickly with no problems.

Some however, may be born early or sick and will need the services of our neonatal department. Their stay on our units may be only for a few days for support or it may be for several weeks.

The Neonatal Unit at James Cook includes intensive care and high dependency facilities and is where we care for sick and premature infants. We have ten intensive care/high dependency cots and a number of special care cots and carry out various forms of respiratory support and other intensive therapies including infant cooling.

The unit is relatively large and we have a number of specialised equipment for use to keep our babies warm, monitor them and support them during their stay.

About the charity

We are the official charity of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, helping our NHS go further at The James Cook University Hospital, Friarage Hospital and community health services across Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Hambleton & Richmondshire. We help our local NHS go further!

Donation summary

Total raised
£64,021.92
+ £7,325.21 Gift Aid
Online donations
£63,034.92
Offline donations
£0.00
Direct donations
£2,651.50
Donations via fundraisers
£61,370.42

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