New CRY Centre at St George's Hospital
CRY needs to establish a new CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiac Conditions and Sports Cardiology and requires funding in the region of £760,000 to do this. A new centre will allow CRY to conduct more screening clinics and will also provide a base for CRY’s research team to work together.
Charity information: Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY)
Due to the expansion of CRY's screening and research programme, CRY needs to develop a new Centre at St George's Hospital as we have outgrown our current centre. On average, around 2,000 people a year, from around the UK, are referred to CRY’s Centre after a diagnosis or a young sudden cardiac death in their family. This figure is growing year-on-year. With a new centre, we will be able to expand on this number.
The new Centre will allow CRY to screen even more young people and allow us to deal with more referrals than we currently do, which will reduce the waiting time for bereaved families to be seen.
Reduce the incidence of young sudden cardiac death
Activities» screen more young people at the new CRY Centre
What success will look like
Analyse to see if we have screened more young people were screened
Deal with more family referrals to the Centre
Activities» The expanded Centre will allow us to deal with even more family referrals
What success will look like
compare the number of families referrals dealt with that what was previously achieved
Reduction in the incidence of young sudden cardiac death and families being seen and tested sooner after a sudden death in their family.
Provide information in the increase in numbers screened and how mnay more family were referred.
Budget - Project Cost: £760,650Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £376,000 Overheads This will include overheads/rates for the new Centre £184,000 Converting Converstion of the current Rob Lowe Centre £100,000 Echocardiograph Machine Echocardiograph machine for the Centre £27,000 Portable Echocardiograph Portable Echocardiograph machine for the Centre £25,000 Exercise Machine Exercise Test Machine for the new Centre £36,000 ECG x6 6 ECG machines for the new centre £12,650 Holter Monitor x10 10 Holter Monitors for the new centre
Young people aged between 14-35 who will be screened and bereaved families who have suffered a young sudden cardiac death, who will be referred for further family testing
We offer a unique service to the public as CRY is the only charity offering proactive cardiac testing to young people.
CRY is best know in the UK for raising awareness, support and screening. However, internationally we are better known for our publications and research findings which are changing international policies and procedures on the way we test young people.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Professor Sanjay Sharma
Professor Sanjay overseas CRY's screening and research programme