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Trauma response car picture collage showing the car from the drivers side, the car from the rear with boot open and equipment carried, and the car from the rear with the boot open and emergency lights on with a trauma response employee standing beside.

Trauma Response Car, equipped by RCHT Charity

Added on 14 November 2022, in Charity - Where Your Money Goes

The introduction of a Major Trauma Response Car, operating out of Royal Cornwall Hospital, means that patients suffering serious injury, for example at a road traffic accident, may no longer need to come via Royal Cornwall Hospital on their way to receive care at one of the region’s major trauma centres.

Trauma impact training

Den winners use funding to help staff cope with trauma

Added on 6 July 2022, in Charity - Where Your Money Goes

The team on the Neonatal Unit at Royal Cornwall Hospital, are a close-knit community of colleagues, with bonds formed through their very special work caring for the littlest patients in Cornwall’s only acute hospital.

Ice Lolly illustration

Post Operative Ice Lollies

Added on 13 June 2022, in Charity - RCHT Charity / Where Your Money Goes

Fab, Rocket Lolly, Mini Milk? We all have a favourite ice lolly to refresh you on a warm sunny day, but here at Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust, lollies are being enjoyed all year round thanks to a project devised by Dr Libby Fontaine, Dr Tom Bevir and Christian Valenzuela to be used in Paediatric Recovery.

GLU Hospital Staff

Green space, cold water swimming and trauma training for Cornwall NHS staff

Added on 17 January 2022, in Charity - Where Your Money Goes

Thanks to charity funding staff at Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust (RCHT) will receive additional resources and support for their wellbeing and recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic thanks to funding from NHS Charities Together.

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