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We're just days away from unveiling the standout grant recipients of RBWH Foundation Grant Round 2! 🏆 Our Impacts and Gr...
28/06/2024

We're just days away from unveiling the standout grant recipients of RBWH Foundation Grant Round 2! 🏆

Our Impacts and Grants team has been working hard alongside our dedicated reviewers and inspiring applicants - we know this round has been nothing short of extraordinary.

Are you curious about the reviewer's and applicant's experiences? Read what they had to say about the process and the impact of their work. Their feedback truly captures the heart and soul of this initiative.

Stay tuned as we announce Grant Round 2 winners soon!

Congratulations to RBWH Foundation Giving Day ambassador Tom Gilbert from Dolphins NRL , who is a 2024 Ken Stephen Medal...
28/06/2024

Congratulations to RBWH Foundation Giving Day ambassador Tom Gilbert from Dolphins NRL , who is a 2024 Ken Stephen Medal nominee! ❤️

This award recognises NRL players who excel not only on the field but also make significant contributions to the community off the field. We can attest to Tom's wonderful community spirit and wish him all the best with his nomination!

To vote for Tom, please visit: https://www.nrl.com/community/awards/ken-stephen-medal/

Excellence in patient care begins with excellence in healthcare education.  The RBWH Foundation recently funded six nurs...
24/06/2024

Excellence in patient care begins with excellence in healthcare education.

The RBWH Foundation recently funded six nurses (pictured) from the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) at Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) to attend a 2-day Advanced Life Support (ALS) course.

Aimed at 'Training the Trainer', the course not only equips clinicians with vital skills like managing cardiac arrest, airway management and safe defibrillation, but also gives them the skills they need to train others in the CCU.

ALS training is crucial in saving lives and ensuring the highest quality care during critical moments at RBWH and has been made possible thanks to donations through the Foundation.

CCU clinician, Mia, explains, "With 72 staff in CCU, we only had 3 ALS-trained ‘trainers’, and now we have 9. This will help to improve general staff confidence and ensure the best quality care during a cardiac arrest. It can be very intimidating, so staff confidence is essential."

To donate to the RBWH Foundation, visit: https://www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/donate 🚑💙

12/06/2024

We are thrilled to announce that Royal Giving Day has reached 100% of our $600,000 target! 🎉 Thanks to your generosity, we are now setting a new stretch target of $700,000.

To make this even more exciting, our Matching Donors will double all donations up to our new stretch target. Your support is vital in helping us provide exceptional care and advance life-saving medical research. Let's keep the momentum going! 🌟

We are beyond excited to announce that Royal Giving Day has hit 75% of our $600,000 target! 🎉 Your incredible support is...
12/06/2024

We are beyond excited to announce that Royal Giving Day has hit 75% of our $600,000 target! 🎉 Your incredible support is making a huge impact, helping patients and families across Queensland receive the care they need.

All donations, no matter how small, will help advance patient care and life-saving medical research. Thank you for being part of this journey with us!

Donate now to double your donation! https://bit.ly/4cdc4GF

Thank you to our sensational community, your support helps advance patient care.Thank you 🙌🏻All donations will be DOUBLE...
12/06/2024

Thank you to our sensational community, your support helps advance patient care.

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All donations will be DOUBLED thanks to the generosity of our giving community!

Every donation is doubled thanks to the generosity of our giving partners.
12/06/2024

Every donation is doubled thanks to the generosity of our giving partners.

Each year, RBWH cares for over 600,000 people, that’s 600,000 reasons to give.Who’s your reason to give?
12/06/2024

Each year, RBWH cares for over 600,000 people, that’s 600,000 reasons to give.

Who’s your reason to give?

This is Reece, former RBWH patient after sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury, among other injuries.Without the RB...
12/06/2024

This is Reece, former RBWH patient after sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury, among other injuries.

Without the RBWH’s care Reece’s children wouldn’t have a father.

This year Reece is running the equivalent of 4 ultramarathons in 24 hours.

Donate now to double the difference!

BOOM 💥 We have just hit 25%. This milestone underscores our community’s generous support and the hospital’s commitment t...
12/06/2024

BOOM 💥 We have just hit 25%. This milestone underscores our community’s generous support and the hospital’s commitment to excellence in healthcare. Thank you to all contributors for making a difference!

Today is Giving Day!Every year, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cares for more than 600,000 people a year. Th...
11/06/2024

Today is Giving Day!

Every year, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cares for more than 600,000 people a year. That's 600,000 reasons to support the RBWH Foundation as we work to advance patient care and life-saving research for all Queenslanders.

Join us in making a difference! Donate now and your donation will be doubled, making double the impact. Let's come together to support this incredible cause.

https://bit.ly/4cdc4GF

Tomorrow marks the kick-off of the RBWH Foundation Giving Day! 🎉Join us TOMORROW, Wednesday, 12 June, as we unite across...
11/06/2024

Tomorrow marks the kick-off of the RBWH Foundation Giving Day! 🎉

Join us TOMORROW, Wednesday, 12 June, as we unite across the Herston Health Precinct to raise much-needed funds to improve advancements in patient care and life-saving medical research.

When you donate to the RBWH Foundation Giving Day, your contribution will be MATCHED by our incredibly generous Giving Partners 🌟. That means your support goes TWICE as far for those who need it most!

Here's how you can help make a difference:

💜 Donate now - https://bit.ly/4dnz6Mm
💜 Sign up or join a fundraiser and participate in tomorrow's activities
💜 Spread the word! Share your Giving Day journey and tag us to inspire others to join the cause.

10/06/2024

Using virtual reality gaming to re-educate Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) patients with chronic low back pain to face their fear of pain, is just one of the extraordinary projects funded each year through the RBWH Foundation Giving Day.

“Queensland’s largest hospital, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) and Queensland’s newest hospital, the Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) care for about 600,000 people every year,” said RBWH Foundation CEO Simone Garske.

“That’s 600,000 reasons to give, although you only need one – a family member or friend who has been treated here by our wonderful health professionals.”

Tomorrow, 12 June, the Hertson Health Precinct will be buzzing with celebrations as our Giving Day kicks off! All donations made between now and tomorrow will be DOUBLED thanks to generous support from our Giving Partners, going twice as far to help those that need it most.

To donate, please visit - https://bit.ly/4dnz6Mm

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🌟✨ Celebrating Philanthropy Week ✨🌟At the RBWH Foundation, our association with Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBW...
07/06/2024

🌟✨ Celebrating Philanthropy Week ✨🌟

At the RBWH Foundation, our association with Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH), Surgical, Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS), Redcliffe Hospital and esteemed research institutes at the Herston Health Precinct allows us to support breakthroughs that shape the future of healthcare.

This afternoon,Queensland Gives is hosting the Queensland Philanthropy Awards - raising awareness of philanthropy in Queensland, honouring community members and organisations who make outstanding philanthropic contributions, and encouraging support for charities and community organisations operating throughout Queensland.

As proud 2022 winners of the inaugural Philanthropic Foundation of the Year award, we invite you to join us in recognising the individuals and organisations that are leading positive change in our community, including our Queensland Gives nominees and finalists:

🌟 Paul Shih, nominated for Community Philanthropist of the Year

🏢 Lewis Land Group nominated for Queensland Corporate Philanthropist of the Year

💜 Keith and Glenda Drake, finalists in the Community Philanthropist of the Year Award

These awards celebrate the inspiring efforts of those who generously support charity and community service. Congratulations to all nominees and finalists for your remarkable contributions to bettering lives.

Together, we're fostering meaningful change far beyond the confines of our hospital.

Raise it for Redcliffe Hospital

In October 2022, the MacRae family set off from Scotland to embrace the warmer weather in Brisbane. However, their holid...
30/05/2024

In October 2022, the MacRae family set off from Scotland to embrace the warmer weather in Brisbane. However, their holiday took an unexpected turn when Mum, Morag fell seriously ill.

🏥 Rushed to Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH), Morag underwent emergency surgery for severe brain swelling, ultimately saving her life but leaving her with a significant brain injury.

💜 For six weeks, the MacRae family witnessed RBWH's unwavering commitment to providing world-class medical treatment and care as they prepared Morag for her journey back home to Aberdeen.

🏃‍♂️ Today, nearly two years later, Martin MacRae and his six mates will embark on a monumental 100km ultra-marathon through Aberdeen's majestic mountains. But it's more than just pushing physical limits; it's about pushing boundaries for a cause close to their hearts.

💪They are running to raise vital funds and awareness for those affected by brain injuries, giving back to the hospitals that changed Morag's life.

🙏 Martin shares, "Without the care and support of teams in Brisbane and Aberdeen, Morag wouldn't be where she is now. I want to show our thanks by raising vital funds for Friends of The Neuro Ward, Horizons Rehabilitation Centre in Aberdeen, and the Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital Foundation in Australia."

🌟 To help Martin and his team Banchory 100 hit their $10,000 fundraising goal, please visit https://www.givewheel.com/fundraising/2520/banchory-100-ultra-marathon-for-brain-injury-rehab/

🌟Join us for Giving Day Fun! 🚴‍♀️On Wednesday, June 12th, 2024, we're rallying our Herston Health Precinct staff members...
30/05/2024

🌟Join us for Giving Day Fun! 🚴‍♀️

On Wednesday, June 12th, 2024, we're rallying our Herston Health Precinct staff members for an unforgettable RBWH Foundation Giving Day experience!

Here's what's in store:

🧘‍♀️ RBWH Pilates 100s Challenge 💪🏼: Feel the burn as you raise funds this Giving Day! Hosted by our friends at Studio Pilates ilates, simply do as many reformer Pilates 'pulses' as you can in 3 minutes ⌛. Individual and team entries are welcome - with great prizes up for grabs for 'Best Dressed' and 'Top Fundraiser'.

🚴‍♂️ Tour de STARS Cycle Challenge: Race around the hospital in our 'Tour de STARS' cycle challenge! 🏥 Challenge yourself or your work bestie and hop on a stationary bike in the STARS food court to see how many 'virtual' laps of the hospital you can do in 15 minutes with a prize for 'Best Dressed'!

Click here to register: https://www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/event/giving-day/fundraise

A day of racing, charity, and incredible generosity! 🏇🎉 Huge thanks to Brisbane Racing Club for having the RBWH Foundati...
27/05/2024

A day of racing, charity, and incredible generosity! 🏇🎉

Huge thanks to Brisbane Racing Club for having the RBWH Foundation back at the Doomben 10,000 Race Day!

Together with 50-50 Charity Raffle we raised an amazing $4,635 🙌. Thank you to all who participated and helped us raise funds that will advance patient care and life-saving research 💜.

Meet Kate, a cherished member of our Compassion Crew. 💜 Kate's journey into volunteering began last October, driven by a...
24/05/2024

Meet Kate, a cherished member of our Compassion Crew. 💜

Kate's journey into volunteering began last October, driven by a simple desire to make a difference as she entered into semi-retirement.

For Kate, the most fulfilling aspect of volunteering is found in the smiles she brings to people's faces from small acts of kindness, "You offer patients a cup of tea or a listening ear and that simple gesture will make their day."

Volunteering in the transit lounge means Kate offers invaluable support to both patients and staff, easing the load in busy times. "The transit lounge is a busy area, and nearly every time I'm up there, one of the nurses will come and say "Thank God you're here - you're such a big help".

Reflecting on her time as a volunteer, Kate has realised that it's not only the patients and staff who benefit from her time there. "One thing that I have realised is that I was volunteering purely to give back, but when I walk out of the hospital doors after my shift, I think to myself, 'Oh, I feel really good about myself' - volunteering has given me something back".

As we bid farewell to Volunteering Australia Week, we extend our deepest gratitude to Kate and all our incredible volunteers. Your selfless acts of kindness make a world of difference to our patients, brightening their days and lifting their spirits.

If you would like to be a part of our Compassion Crew please click here: www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/volunteers

Did you know that every year, the number of patients and visitors our Compassion Crew assists could fill every seat at t...
22/05/2024

Did you know that every year, the number of patients and visitors our Compassion Crew assists could fill every seat at the Gabba stadium? 🏟️

Volunteering at Queensland's largest hospital the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) and Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) is no small feat. As we celebrate National Volunteer Week (NVW), we applaud our community of volunteers, affectionally known as the Compassion Crew, who make an extraordinary difference to patients and visitors.

This year's NVW theme is 'Something for Everyone' which underscores the myriad ways one can contribute to their community 🫶🏼.

In the past year alone, our volunteers have provided support to over 43,208 patients and visitors. From serving 6,489 cups of comforting tea and coffee to delivering 2,425 'boredom-busting' items, and even handling 810 loads of laundry for patients, their dedication touches countless lives.

Joining our Compassion Crew means not only giving back but also making a tangible impact on those in need. With flexible shifts available Monday to Friday, there truly is an opportunity for everyone to lend a hand.

If you're ready to embrace the extraordinary power of giving and be part of our compassionate community, register your interest here www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/volunteers.

Together, let's celebrate everyone finding their meaningful role in making a difference. 💖

Leading audit and accounting organisation  Australia has officially reached its fundraising target of $100,000 in suppor...
20/05/2024

Leading audit and accounting organisation Australia has officially reached its fundraising target of $100,000 in support of Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cancer research.

This extraordinary donation, raised in honour of former BDO Brisbane colleague and Client Relations Executive Director Penny Flynn, will help to expand research into one of the newest, most promising treatments for blood cancer: CAR T cell therapy.

Penny sadly passed away from Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in December 2020 before CAR T cell treatment was possible. However, in working with the RBWH Foundation, BDO is ensuring Penny's legacy will live on.

“Thanks to BDO Australia, RBWH can expand its research program into the manufacture of CAR T cell products which offer hope to patients who have exhausted all other lines of blood cancer treatment,” said RBWH Foundation CEO Simone Garske.

CAR T Cell therapy is a form of immunotherapy that modifies a patient’s immune cells (T cells) to treat cancer. RBWH is one of only six adult cancer centres in Australia accredited to deliver the therapy and the only centre in Australia conducting a clinical trial to manufacture CAR T cells locally.

“Thanks to the generosity of BDO Australia, the number of patients we can help with CAR T cell therapy will only grow,” said RBWH Cancer Care Services Executive Director Associate Professor Glen Kennedy.

The RBWH Foundation is honoured to support RBWH in its goal to become a national leader in CAR T cell cancer care and research. We'd like to thank Susan Rix AM, Tax & Advisory Consultant at BDO, and the entire BDO Australia team.

To learn more, or to support this new generation of cancer treatment at RBWH in Penny's honour, please click here: https://www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/fundraisers/BDO

Pictured below (L-R): Susan Rix AM, BDO Australia; Dr Glen Kennedy, RBWH Cancer Care Services; Dr Siok Tey, RBWH Haematologist and Simone Garske, RBWH Foundation CEO

In celebration of National Volunteer Week 2024 and its theme, 'Something for Everyone,' we would love to shine a light o...
19/05/2024

In celebration of National Volunteer Week 2024 and its theme, 'Something for Everyone,' we would love to shine a light on one of our incredible Compassion Crew members, Hy!

In her last year of nursing studies, Hy has only been a part of the Compassion Crew for 5 weeks. However, it's clear to see that she has a heart brimming with compassion and is on a mission to make a difference, starting right here at the RBWH Foundation.

As part of the Compassion Crew, Hy spends her time as a Patient Companion in the Renal Unit & Medical Imaging, organizing engaging activities like Bingo or simply offering a listening ear to patients that need it.

As someone who embarked on the journey to Australia solo, Hy has found volunteering to be a great way to immerse herself in the local community whilst giving back. When asked about what she hopes to gain from volunteering, Hy's kindness shines through, "I want to know people's life experiences. I've come to understand that life is about understanding differences, not judging". Reminding us that volunteering isn't just about giving; it's about mutual respect, understanding, and the enriching exchange of experiences.

To those considering volunteering, Hy offers a resounding piece of advice: "Just go for it - I wish I could have started volunteering earlier!".

Thank you, Hy, for embodying the essence of National Volunteer Week and for reminding us that indeed, there's 'Something for Everyone' in the world of volunteering. Your kindness and dedication inspire us all! 🌟

19/05/2024

Every year, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cares for more than 600,000 people.

People like Stephanie Alexander.

Stephanie was just 25-years old when she was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy, a disease of the heart muscle. "Since being diagnosed, my life has changed quite drastically. It can range from feeling like I’ve run a marathon when I’ve just walked to the bathroom, to literally not being able to stand up. The very regular trips to the hospital, although crucial, also take a serious mental toll; and there’s no joy in taking 15 tablets every single day."

Sadly, there's no cure for heart disease - yet. But in time, with the right funding and support, our researchers might uncover an innovative treatment that could cure Stephanie’s disease forever.

This RBWH Foundation Giving Day, all donations received by 12 June will be doubled to advance patient care and life-saving medical treatment to pave the way for a brighter, healthier future for those Queenslanders who need it most.

To donate, please visit: https://bit.ly/4dnz6Mm 💜

🌟 A huge shoutout to Victoria Park / Barrambin for selecting us as your charity partner for 2024 and for hosting a wonde...
17/05/2024

🌟 A huge shoutout to Victoria Park / Barrambin for selecting us as your charity partner for 2024 and for hosting a wonderful Mother's Day event last Sunday, May 12th 💐 at Victoria Park Golf Complex.

As Herston neighbours, the RBWH Foundation is truly grateful for the extraordinary community support. It was a delightful morning spent celebrating the important women and mothers in our lives, and it was a joy to meet so many families and their loved ones.

Together, we raised an incredible $2,720 that will support the advancements of patient care and life-saving research at the Herston Health Precinct.

Special thanks to our fantastic sponsors:
💜 Ardo's Wine
💜 Brisbane Racing Club
💜 BRISBANE POWERHOUSE
💜 Pinot & Picasso Australia
💜 endota day spa

📸 And a big round of applause to Nathan Mores Creative for capturing the beautiful moments of the day. To see the incredible photos, please visit: https://www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/blog/victoria-park-mothers-day

May Fundraiser Spotlight: Annie's Aneurysm Awareness Fundraiser 💜Three years ago, Annie Barnett was rushed to the Royal ...
16/05/2024

May Fundraiser Spotlight: Annie's Aneurysm Awareness Fundraiser 💜

Three years ago, Annie Barnett was rushed to the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) for emergency surgery to clip a bleeding brain aneurysm. Multiple aneurysms were discovered, prompting a very personal quest to raise awareness and funds for aneurysm research with the RBWH Foundation.

"I want everyone to know what an aneurysm is... it's my biggest passion in life now," explains Annie. "I think there was an assumption because I was young that this wouldn't happen to me."

On 1 May, Annie hosted an Aneurysm Awareness Fundraiser at her grandmother's retirement village, which helped raise over $5,900, for the RBWH Foundation.

"It would be incredible if, in the future, there was some sort of routine scan or blood test that could indicate a person’s risk of developing an aneurysm or an early indicator of possible problems," said Annie. "The symptoms of these don’t seem to appear until they actually rupture. Research and awareness is vital".

To support Annie's Aneurysm Awareness Fundraiser, please visit: www.rbwhfoundation.com.au/fundraisers/angelabindon/annie--s-aneurysm-awareness-fundraiser

Annie's results led RBWH to urgently test Annie's immediate family with the results potentially saving their lives. Her father, Greg; mother, Carol; and grandmother, Cheryl, had aneurysms that required surgery or monitoring.

Thank you to Annie and the Barnett family for your ongoing support!

Pictured: Annie, second from the right, with her grandparents and Dr Steph Miller from the RBWH Foundation.

The RBWH Foundation is thrilled to share the news that Charlotte and Andrew Brown, former Royal Brisbane and Women's Hos...
12/05/2024

The RBWH Foundation is thrilled to share the news that Charlotte and Andrew Brown, former Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) burns patients, have become parents!!

The RBWH Foundation has close ties with the couple and couldn't be more excited!!!! Congratulations!

A Queensland woman who was put in an induced coma after sustaining horrific burns to more than 30 per cent of her body is today celebrating her first

On this special Mother's Day, we send our heartfelt wishes and gratitude to all the amazing mums out there! 💐💜Since its ...
12/05/2024

On this special Mother's Day, we send our heartfelt wishes and gratitude to all the amazing mums out there! 💐💜

Since its establishment in 1938, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) has cared for and assisted thousands of mothers and their babies, with 1 in 13 Queensland babies being born at RBWH!

We also recognize that this day can be difficult for some, including grieving Mums, those without Mums, and those who wish to be Mums. We want you to know that you are also in our thoughts today.

Happy International Nurses Day 💜We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to all the nurses across the Her...
11/05/2024

Happy International Nurses Day 💜

We would like to express our gratitude and appreciation to all the nurses across the Herston Health Precinct for their unwavering dedication to healthcare. Your contributions, including your compassion, resilience, and strength, ensure that patients receive the best care possible every day.

Today is more than just a day on the calendar; it's a reflection of the value, skills, and experience that nurses bring to healthcare.

Please join us in saying thank you to our amazing nurses in the comments below ⬇️

We need your help!The work the RBWH Foundation does to advance patient care and life-saving research at RBWH would not b...
09/05/2024

We need your help!

The work the RBWH Foundation does to advance patient care and life-saving research at RBWH would not be possible without the help of amazing volunteers and we are now on the hunt for a new batch of people who can help us raise funds selling tickets in our 50-50 charity raffle 🎟️

The details:
🏇🏼 Where - Doomben Race Course
🗓️ When - Saturday 18 May, 11am-4pm
🙋🏼‍♀️ Who can participate? - Anyone! No prior knowledge about the Foundation is needed and training will be provided on the day - all you need is enthusiasm and a willingness to chat to race go-ers and sell tickets.

To register your interest, please reply in the comments or email [email protected].

Congratulations to our top individual Royal 50K Challenge fundraisers.🏆You put your best foot forward and not only walke...
09/05/2024

Congratulations to our top individual Royal 50K Challenge fundraisers.🏆

You put your best foot forward and not only walked all over the challenge, but you went the extra mile with your fundraising efforts and for that, we say a big THANK YOU!

To all our Royal 50K Challenge participants, whether you moved to help raise awareness, fundraised to support the RBWH Foundation, or whether you passionately inspired others to take part, we simply couldn’t have done this without you.

On behalf of the entire team at RBWH Foundation, we want to appreciate your efforts and acknowledge your commitment to the success of the Royal 50K Challenge. You are all superstars. 🌟

If your name appears above, we will be in contact very soon to arrange the delivery of your prizes!

Every year, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cares for more than 600,000 people - providing world-class medica...
08/05/2024

Every year, Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital (RBWH) cares for more than 600,000 people - providing world-class medical treatment, care, and comfort to dads, mums, children, and loved ones in our community.

This means that there are 600,000 reasons to support the RBWH Foundation on Giving Day, Wednesday 12 June, as we work to advance patient care and life-saving research for all Queenslanders.

The RBWH Foundation Giving Day is an annual event that gives Australians the chance to say thank you to RBWH, STARS, and other prestigious research Institutes and Centres on the Herston Health Precinct — showing gratitude and raising much-needed funds for world-class research and patient care.

If you would like to learn more about how you can support our Giving Day, please visit - https://bit.ly/4dnz6Mm

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Support RBWH Foundation to build a healthy future for Queensland

The RBWH Foundation exists to fill that funding gap. We raise funds to assist the hospital’s doctors, nurses, researchers and allied health professionals to achieve optimal patient outcomes by providing them with the knowledge, skills and technology which may not otherwise be afforded to them due to budgetary constraints.

Money raised by RBWH Foundation is used to fund research on the campus, purchase vital pieces of equipment and enable key health professionals to attend additional training programs, conferences and seminars. It contributes to our Patient Support programs and continuing to develop our Innovative Facilities.

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