The difference we're making

Thanks to our supporters, we're able to fund all kinds of projects to develop better treatments and care and to improve how people feel in King's hospitals. Use the filters below to explore examples of work we've funded and what this means for King's staff, patients and families.
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    In Touch at King's

    King's College Hospital Charity is proud have funded Intouch with Health at King's - a mobile appointment manager app that enables patients to…

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    LISTEN Lodges

    The Charity’s works means families of liver transplant patients can have a place to stay, which means they can be close to their loved ones during…

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    Heart disease

    The Charity supports the cardiology service at King’s by funding cutting-edge equipment and the team carrying out vital research. King’s has a large…

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    Childhood diseases

    The generosity of charitable donors enabled King’s to open the MowatLabs, its first research facility dedicated to childhood diseases, in September…

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    Speeding up chemotherapy

    Generous donations enabled the purchase of a Sherlock 3CG machine at King’s College Hospital. This helps to insert cannulas and PICC lines – which…

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    Making rehab more comfortable

    Donations to King’s College Hospital Charity have enabled the Frank Cooksey Rehabilitation Unit to purchase a special tilt-in-space wheelchair. The…

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    Specialist chair for nuclear medicine

    The generosity of our supporters has enabled King’s College Hospital to purchase a new specialist blood sampling chair for the nuclear medicine…

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