Also in Charities and Donations:
From time to time, especially following care of a loved one, people ask to make donations. We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for these kind gifts.
As we are commonly asked what the process is for making a donation we thought you might find it useful if we showed this information here on our website.
Donations can be made directly to any ward / department / research fund etc. through the NHS Grampian Endowment Fund. If you are already aware of the endowment fund and how it works you can go straight to the endowment fund donation form.
There are also charities who also accept donations and organise fundraising events for particular hospitals / wards / health issues. Some of these are also listed here.
GHAT has been involved in arts projects across NHS Grampian for the last 30 years, from our collection of original artwork on the walls you can see as you walk through your hospital to specially commissioned work for places such as the Royal Aberdeen Childrens' Hospital, Royal Cornhill Hospital and Aberdeen Dental School.
In recent years GHAT has set up Artroom projects in Woodend Hospital and Roxburghe House and has built The Suttie Arts Space at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, which will be opened later this year.
GHAT's work is recognised by NHS Grampian as an important element of our high-quality healthcare environment. Feedback from staff, visitors and patients reflect the positive outcomes we seek, with many commenting on how our work creates a distinctive tone to our local hospitals and clinics. It is our dream to help create a welcoming healing environment for all who come to NHS Grampian hospitals regardless of age or medical condition.
Please join us to assure the success of all our projects
For information on our new Suttie Arts Space built at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary: http://www.ghat-art.org.uk/the-suttie-space-for-arts-2/
For information on the 200 Wards Appeal: http://www.ghat-art.org.uk/200-wards-appeal/
For information on ArtRoom: http://www.ghat-art.org.uk/artroom/
The newest addition to the Foresterhill Health Campus in Aberdeen is the Maggie's Cancer Caring Centre. Known as Maggie's Aberdeen, the centre offers a warm welcome and a relaxing, homely environment for anyone affected by cancer. Maggie's works to enable people to manage the impact of cancer and to help them live with hope and determination.
For further information, please go to the Maggie's Aberdeen website.
Grampian Hospital Radio broadcasts a dedicated radio service to the patients in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and Roxburghe House, from their studios at Ashgrove House. Grampian Hospital Radio broadcasts a wide range of music, including pop music, classical, Scottish, Irish and country music.
ARCHIE stands for Aberdeen Royal Children's Hospital is Excellent. It aims to make a difference to childrens' services in NHS Grampian.
Anchor (Aberdeen and North Centre for Haematology, Oncology and Radiotherapy) is
"committed to funding research into the causes of cancer and improving the treatment of patients with these diseases."
"UCAN is a charity set up in the North of Scotland to make life better for people and families affected by urological cancers".
The "Friends of the Special Nursery" is a charitable organisation who arrange and co-ordinate fund raising activities and practical support for Aberdeen Maternity Hospital's Special Nursery.
"Is a charity that has been created to support high quality clinical
research focused in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of eye diseases
in adults and children and provide visual rehabilitation and visual aids to
visually impaired patients whilst promoting patient education and creation
of support groups"