In partnership with the Royal United Hospital, we are building what we believe will be the best cancer centre for a district general hospital in the UK.
The Royal United Hospital (RUH) is relocating and developing the hospital’s Facial Surgery & Orthodontics department to a create a new improved Outpatient Department site. The building work will commence in early 2018, which will enable the current services to be relocated and fully operational in a new facility by late 2018. The new Facial […]
The Forever Friends Appeal is raising £2m towards the unique RNHRD & Therapies Centre at the Royal United Hospital (RUH) Bath. Nurturing recovery, treatment and long term conditions
The redevelopment and expansion of the existing Breast Unit space is much needed to improve general facilities and the patient experience. It will support reduced length of stay and improve the administrative hub – enhancing data protection & security. It includes a new area for mammographic and MRI reporting, more office and clinical space as […]
A new and innovative project providing vital support for patients with dementia has gained the backing of the RUH’s Forever Friends Appeal. In parallel to The Forever Friends Appeal’s core campaign to help fund a brand new cancer centre at the RUH, the Appeal also supports the wider work of the hospital and is currently […]
Art at the Heart helps shape high quality interior and exterior spaces within the hospital. Each year AATH run music performances, exhibitions and offer a broad range of opportunities for patients and staff to get involved in creative activities that build self esteem, lift the spirits and reduce stress.
The whole of the Royal United Hospital is important, and not all areas get remembered by patients and their families following treatment. That’s why we raise money to help all wards and departments in the hospital. You can direct your support specifically towards any ward, department or fund and we will ensure that your wishes […]
As we have established, the RUH has made great progress in the improved delivery of patient care. This has been, in some instances with statutory and charitable funding, others, such as Combe Ward, with a Department of Health grant. The hospital site is a real mix of buildings ranging from the old and dilapidated to […]
At the Royal United Hospital, 1 in 10 babies are born too small, too sick or too soon and therefore need additional care. The Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care (NICU) provides this to around 300 babies every year.
We believe local children deserve the best treatment. We need your help to continue to make life better for local babies, children and families in our hospital.