Project information

Expansion to our Intensive Care Unit

Our hospital offers the best health care available, patients have doubled in our intensive care unit in the past 5 years, we have risen to the challenge with no increase in space, but we are now at full capacity, this campaign will raise funds to provide enhanced medical equipment for the new unit.

April 2012 - April 2013

Charity information: The RSCH Charity

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  • Need


    The number of people being admitted to our intensive care unit has doubled in the last 5 years to 1000 a year so we are at capacity with only 16 beds.


    We need to increase the number of beds by 12 to meet the expected demand.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To increase the number of beds in our intensive care unit.


    » Expand our ICU unit to create an additional 8 beds and 4 isolation rooms.

    What success will look like

    By the numbers of patients we treat in our ICU unit.

  • Impact


    This carefully designed expansion to our ICU, will allow us to treat our most sick patients in more comfortable surroundings with enhanced medical equipment. In addition it will allow for better conditions for staff and visitors.


    Not being able to raise the funds to equip the new bed spaces. We have not dealt with this risk.


    By letter, telephone and email.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £1,400,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £1,400,000 Equipment Equipment for 8 bed spaces.

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    KBR £1,000 Guaranteed
    General Donations £275 Guaranteed
  • Background


    Guildford Surrey


    We are responsible for a population mainly in Surrey ,but also for West Sussex and Hampshire for cancer services. Some of who are often considered to be wealthy. However, there are areas of deprivation across these counties.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    We are the main charity raising funds for enhanced medical equipment for the hospital.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Nick Moberly

    Chief Executive Officer

    Margaret Eaton

    Intensive care unit lead

Your support will be greatly appreciated

Catherine Keehn