Fingerpost Health Centre, St Helens


Children across the UK have a 0.8% probability of continence problems including both bladder and bowel. In the St Helens area the occurrence is almost double that percentage. The Paediatric Continence Team based at Fingerpost Health Centre has requested Ultrasound… […]

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Blackpool Victoria Hospital – Saturation Monitors


The Children’s Ward at Blackpool Victoria Hospital provides treatment and care to approximately 8,000 babies and children each year. Many of these are admitted with respiratory problems and need to have their oxygen levels closely monitored. All babies under 1… […]

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Firwood School, Bolton – Acheeva Learning Station


Firwood School in Bolton is a specialist school for secondary aged students who have severe or profound learning difficulties. Many students also have physical disabilities which severely restrict their mobility. An Acheeva Learning Station is a special bed which allows… […]

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Firwood School, Bolton – Shower Trolley Bed


Firwood School in Bolton is a specialist school for secondary aged students who have severe or profound learning difficulties. Many students also have physical disabilities which severely restrict their mobility. Hydrotherapy has multiple benefits for disabled children and young people… […]

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Furness General Hospital – Radiology Distraction Lighting


We have agreed to work with the Radiology Department at Furness General Hospital to provide lighting equipment to reduce stress and anxiety in children undergoing X-rays. Hospitals can be frightening places for children. When a child is anxious or distressed,… […]

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Macclesfield District General Hospital – Phototherapy Units


The Neonatal Unit at Macclesfield District General Hospital cares for babies from across the East Cheshire area. Many of these will suffer from Jaundice as it is very common in new born babies. The treatment for jaundice is by phototherapy… […]

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NWTS – Intellivue MP5 Monitor


The North West and North Wales Paediatric Transport Service (NWTS) provide 24/7 stabilisation and transfer of critically ill children and babies. They mobilise from the base in Warrington with ambulance, clinical specialists and equipment to any district hospital in the… […]

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Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan – Recondo Recliner Chairs


The Rainbow Ward at Royal Albert Edward Infirmary provides care for almost 4,000 children a year. The ward has 34 beds and children often stay on the ward for a number of days or weeks depending on their condition. It… […]

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Royal Albert Edward Infirmary, Wigan – Voluson Ultrasound Machine


The Royal Albert Edward Infirmary Maternity Unit has been involved in the AFFIRM (Awareness of Fetal movement and Focussing Intervention Reduce Fetal Mortality) study for the last 12 months. This essentially involves early access to ultrasound scanning for women experiencing… […]

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Royal Bolton Hospital – Bilisoft Phototherapy


The Paediatric Inpatient Ward at Royal Bolton Hospital takes babies and children from a catchment area across Greater Manchester and parts of Lancashire. The medical staff on the ward have applied to MedEquip4Kids for a Bilisoft Phototherapy System to treat… […]

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Royal Preston Hospital – Readybed Sleeper Chairs


Royal Preston Hospital provides care for children from a wide catchment area across Lancashire. Ward 8 Children’s Ward is funded for 30 beds but they are escalated to above 35 patients on a regular basis due to demand. This has… […]

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Stepping Hill Hospital – Play Area for Radiology Department


We are working with the Radiology Department at Stepping Hill to provide toys and games to reduce stress and anxiety in children waiting for treatment. Hospitals can be frightening places for children. When a child is anxious or distressed, it… […]

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UHSM Neonatal Unit – Monitoring Equipment


The Neonatal Unit at Wythenshawe Hospital cares for approximately 500 babies each year from across the South Manchester area. Up to 40% of these babies will need additional help with breathing or treating for conditions like jaundice. All babies have… […]

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Warrington & Halton NHS Trust – Resuscitaire and Mobile Telemetry Unit


Warrington & Halton NHS Trust Midwifery Led Unit / Active Birth Centre opened in 2013. It consists of 3 ‘low risk’ rooms and 2 fixed birthing pools and is currently accessed via the labour ward triage. The plan is to… […]

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Whiston Hospital – Vapotherm Precision Flow Systems


The Special Care Unit at Whiston Hospital provides intensive care, high dependency and special care to premature and sick new born babies from the Prescot and St Helens area The unit treats over 316 babies needing respiratory support each year…. […]

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Liverpool Women’s Hospital – Breastfeeding Equipment


One of the most effective ways to improve children’s health is to support new mothers to breastfeed their babies. Breastfeeding has lifelong health benefits for babies, protecting them from infections such as gastroenteritis and reducing the risk of diabetes, respiratory… […]

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Glasgow Paediatric Continence Service


Incontinence in children may be caused by physical disability, a learning difficulty, or psychological or social problems. Most NHS Trusts run a Paediatric Continence Service with a dedicated specialist team or through the community nursing team. They work with children… […]

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Tameside Paediatric Accident & Emergency Distraction & Play Equipment


Tameside Paediatric Accident & Emergency Department treats up to 23,000 children per year. Hospitals can be frightening places and when a child is anxious or distressed, it is harder for medical staff to treat them. This can affect the child’s… […]

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North Manchester General Hospital Sensory Room Restoration


The Children’s Unit at North Manchester General Hospital had a sensory room installed in 2009. This room has been available as a place of distraction and comfort for the 3,500 children that attend the unit each year. With continuous use,… […]

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Brooke School Rugby Swimming Pool Access Aids


Brooke School in Rugby is a special needs school for children aged 2-19 with learning, behavioural and social difficulties. The school has 168 pupils from Rugby, Southam, Leamington, Daventry and North Warwickshire, but has recently added several classrooms so they… […]

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Chadderton Park Cerebral Palsy Football Team Football Frames


Chadderton Park Sports Club in Oldham runs a football team especially for children and young people with cerebral palsy. Playing in the team benefits the physical, social and emotional development of the young players, as well as offering a sense… […]

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Macclesfield Bowel & Bladder Service Continence Equipment


Incontinence in children may be caused by a physical disability, a learning difficulty, or psychological or social problems. Most NHS Trusts run a Paediatric Continence Service with a dedicated specialist team or through the community nursing team. They work with… […]

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The Birches School, West Didsbury Acheeva Learning Station


The Birches School in West Didsbury is a Specialist Support Primary School for children who have severe or profound learning difficulties. Many of the pupils also have physical disabilities which greatly restricts their mobility. An Acheeva Learning Station is a… […]

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Distraction Lighting for Radiology Department City Hospitals Sunderland


We have agreed to work with the Radiology Department at City Hospitals Sunderland to provide lighting equipment to reduce stress and anxiety in children undergoing X-rays. Visiting hospital can be a frightening experience and when a child is anxious or… […]

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Liverpool Women’s Hospital NNU – BiliLux Phototherapy Units


Liverpool Women’s Neonatal Unit takes care of more than 1,000 babies and their families every year.  They provide care for babies born prematurely, with low weight or who have a medical condition that requires specialist treatment. Physiological jaundice is a… […]

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Woodlands Special School, Blackpool – Sensory Integration


Woodlands Special School in Blackpool caters for pupils aged 2 – 18 with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). The pupils’ needs are met through the adaptive and personalised curriculum but some children express extreme difficulty with sensory… […]

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Wythenshawe Hospital Starlight Unit Spot Monitor


In the last year, over 7,250 babies and children attended the Assessment Unit and Inpatient Ward of the Starlight Unit at Wythenshawe Hospital. This number has been increasing year on year. On admission, and throughout their stay, these patients will… […]

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VINCI Golf Day raises nearly £14,000 for children’s health

We were fortunate to be blessed with brilliant June sunshine as 17 company teams of golfers made their way to Worsley Park Country Club for the VINCI Construction UK Golf Day in aid of MedEquip4Kids. Following a fantastic day competing... [...]

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A great day for Golf!

A great day was had by all at the annual MedEquip4Kids Golf Day at Bramall Park hosted by our Trustee, Alan Tattler.  19 teams supported the event battling all weather conditions from rain and hail to brilliant sunshine.   Golfers enjoyed... [...]

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