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Barnet Hospital Charity

We work to make the hospital a nicer environment for patients, volunteers and staff. Our projects include providing free massage therapy to patients and care packs to those who have been admitted through A&E and have brought nothing with them. All money raised will go to Barnet Hospital.

Just a few of the things we do include managing the hospital volunteers and providing the little touches like toys and DVD’s to keep children entertained while they are waiting in A&E. We provide and look after the art work that brightens up the walls and we fundraise to purchase specialist medical equipment and improvements to the hospital.

Over the next year we will be expanding our successful Massage Therapy service to make it available to more patients and we are raising funds for other multiple projects which enhance the patient environment and provide cutting edge additional equipment.

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Volunteers

We currently have a real need for more volunteers at Barnet hospital. This could be to meet and greet people and help people find their way around. There are also roles for people that would like to work on the wards and we urgently need volunteers to help with the fundraising side of the charity, for example collections in local supermarkets, helping at events and office support. We have many different volunteering roles both within the hospital, outside of the hospital or office based.

Read more about volunteering and opportunities available

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Emergency care packs

We make up and provide personal care packs that include soap, a toothbrush and toothpaste etc. for patients who may have been admitted through A&E and have brought nothing with them. The care packs are made up by our volunteers and are one of our little touches that make a big difference to patients.

Find out more about how we make a difference.

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Massage therapy

The Massage Therapy service was launched at Barnet Hospital in April 2015. It is about treating the person and not the illness, and for many patients it is the high point of their day.

The service is available to oncology and haematology patients on the Mulberry ward and was expanded in November 2015 to maternity patients. We are raising funds to extend it to be more widely available to other patients in the future. Read more about the Massage Therapy service


Contact information

Barnet Hospital Charity
Barnet Hospital
Wellhouse Lane
Barnet EN5 3DJ


Key contacts

Carla Bispham

Community Fundraiser (Barnet) .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)


Tweets

1:12 PM, Jul 19th
Thank you @LavenderSchool #Enfield For making a difference to #patients #BarnetHospital @RoyalFreeNHS We love you school dog too! Happy Holidays 😀 pic.twitter.com/Gihobe5PE0

8:07 AM, Jul 5th
RT @royalfreeradio: Royal Free Radio members proud to be recognised by Enfield Council for voluntary work in 2018 at a reception at the Civ…

8:05 AM, Jul 5th
RT @RoyalFreeChty: Celebrating the NHS today at our #NHSBigTea If you are visiting @RoyalFreeNHS @BarnetHospChty today 11-1pm join us for a…

3:39 PM, May 23rd
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Barnet Hospital Charity news

The Royal Free Charity Annual Volunteer Awards Party

Royal Free Charity Volunteers enjoyed a night of celebration at the Royal Free London.

Royal Free Charity volunteer recognised at Health Hero

Royal Free Charity volunteer John Gaunt was honoured last night for his tireless work as a dementia companion at the Royal Free Hospital.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan thanks NHS charities

A celebration Tea party held at City Hall by London Mayor Sadiq Khan and London assembly member Caroline Pidgeon for London's NHS Hospital charities.

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