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NHS Trust thanked for great work

The Richardson Brothers Foundation was delighted to make a donation to the University Hospitals Birmingham Charity during a recent civic event held at the magnificent Hagley Hall.

Harry Reilly (L), Chair of UHB NHS Trust, receiving the Foundation's donation from Roy Richardson (R)

UHB Charity is the official charity of University Hospitals Birmingham, one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country and comprised of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham, Good Hope Hospital in Sutton Coldfield and Solihull Hospital.


The charity’s mission is to see an improvement in the health and wellbeing of the community through the services provided by UHB NHS Trust and to improve the experiences of all the people who use the hospitals of the Trust in any capacity.


The charity exists to support medical and health research, and to encourage excellence in healthcare for patients and their carers, wholly or mainly through the services provided by the Trust. It raises money to provide world-class facilities for patients and their families at the four hospital sites that go over and above what the NHS can provide, allocating funds on items from cutting-edge equipment, new departments to toys and games for children at the hospitals.


The Foundation's donation was made in appreciation of the great work undertaken by the staff across the Trust's hospitals, with a focus on improving facilities for patients in A&E waiting areas.


To find out more about the charity visit: University Hospitals Birmingham Charity (hospitalcharity.org)