King Edward VII’s Hospital is a registered charity and, in order to carry out its charitable work, the Hospital depends on the financial support of many individual benefactors.
Our relatively small size as a hospital helps to create a friendly, efficient environment where communication and attention to detail are paramount. Patients are cared for with a considerable emphasis on kindness and personalised care.
We need to raise over £2 million a year to buy the latest medical equipment, to provide life changing medical treatment to those who have served in the Armed Forces, including their spouses, and to provide our staff with the training they need and deserve.
£200 could cover the cost of British Sign Language Interpreting for one patient.
£6,500 could cover the costs of a veteran to attend the Pain Management Programme, which is a life changing experience for those suffering from chronic pain.
£25,000 could provide training for all nursing staff throughout the year, enabling them to gain new qualifications and provide even better care to patients.