Providing equipment

Having the latest specialist equipment can completely revolutionise the way patients receive treatment. This is why we are dedicated to funding state-of-the-art equipment so that staff can deliver the best care possible. These investments will provide a huge range of benefits, from reducing patient discomfort to minimising waiting times.
Gail Scott-Spicer (King's College Hospital Charity's CEO), and Musallam Al Akash, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon at King's, at the robot's unveiling. Gail and Musallam are standing in front of a giant robot and are holding a giant yellow charity cheque for £1 million.

Revolutionising treatment with robotic surgery

In 2022, we made our largest grant for several years, providing £1 million towards a state-of-the-art Robot Assisted Surgical (RAS) system to help transform patient care.
A female member of King's staff in purple scrubs standing in front of an ultrasound scanner, in a clinical setting.

A new ultrasound scanner for young liver patients

Thanks to our funding, the purchase of a new ultrasound scanner is helping to transform the care of children with liver disease at King’s.
Dr Apu Bharucha, in a clinical setting leaning across the mitral valve simulator

Using 3D printing technology to improve care for heart patients

We are proud to be funding a key project exploring how bioengineering, 3D printing technologies and Artificial Intelligence (AI) could be combined to provide tailor-made treatments for people with heart valve disease.