Wellington Children's Hospital
Wellington Childrens Hospital needs support to raise funds for vital medical equiptment and comfort items for young patients.Wellington
•The number of children who passed through Wellington Children's Hospital and Children's Clinic last year was in excess of 27,000. This includes inpatients and treatments given to children through the Emergency Department, Outpatient Clinics and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
•As Wellington Hospital is a Tertiary Hospital its patients come from an area whose population is 900,000. The Hospital's catchment area includes Taranaki across to the Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa, Manawatu, Wellington and Marlborough in the South Island.
•Last year over 6700 young people were patients in Wellington Children's Hospital, with breakdown being as follows: 6700 age 0 - 16 years Hospital Patients 1,100 Neonatal babies 27,000 Childrens Clinic visits.
Wellington Children's Hospital needs your support to raise funds for vital medical equiptment and comfort items for young patients and their families.
Wellington Hospitals Foundation's involvement (page creator)
Wellington Hospitals Foundation is the official charity for Wellington Childrens Hospital.
Wellington Hospitals Foundation is a registered charitable trust that raises funds for projects to improve the comfort and welfare of patients and their families at Wellington Hospital, Kenepuru Hospital, Wellington Children's Hospital and Kapiti Health Centre.
Charities Commission Registration Number CC22921.
The Foundation's aim is to help as many patients and their families as possible.
The Wellington Hospitals Foundation is the official charity for the hospitals and health services within the Capital & Coast Health District.
Our hospitals belong to every one of us – your support of the Foundation gives you an opportunity to make a difference at your hospitals.
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This page was created on 15 Apr 2016 and closed on 1 Jan 2020.