- About the hospital
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- Designated Funds
- Patient & Family Support
- Research Grants
- What we have funded
- Your new hospital
Why we need your help
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity exists to support the patients of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
We do this by providing extra equipment and facilities at the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak hospitals, and by funding research, all of which are over and above core NHS services. None of your donation is used to replace core NHS funding.
The charity also supports the UK’s military patients who are treated at the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, based at Selly Oak hospital.
To continue with this work, we rely on the generous support of individuals and companies.
The charity provides research grants to staff working at the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak hospitals into any field of medicine carried out at the hospitals.
The charity can allocate donations either to the general funds of the charity, which are used to benefit any part of the hospital.
The new Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham opens its doors on 16 June 2010. The charity is supporting the new hospital by fundraising for...
It can be a stressful time when a family member is in hospital. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity funds services that support...
"Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity can fund cutting edge and innovative equipment that the NHS can not provide through core funding...
The charity has been able to make grants of over £4.5 million over the past twelve months thanks to your help and support and you will always...
"The Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak hospitals have been serving Birmingham for over a century. The new Queen Elizabeth Hospital...
Your support provides equipment, research and training but benefits individuals. Click here to find out some of the stories behind the grants that...
“The hospital charity provides those added extras that make a huge difference to the lives of military patients and their families. Thank you for your support”
Royal Centre for Defence Medicine staff nurse