We now have less than £800,000 to raise for our CT Scanner Appeal!
Support has been growing for our CT Scanner Appeal
Doctor gets on his bike to help CT Appeal
Dr Frank Jewell, Consultant Radiologist at Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, got on his bike to help raise funds for Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity’s CT Scanner Appeal.
Early diagnosis and treatment can be a key factor for local cancer patients
It is predicted that 1 in 2 people will be affected by cancer at some point in their life, and CT Scanners play a vital role in early diagnosis and successful treatment.
How mobile digital x-ray machines can help babies born at our hospitals
Walking into the neonatal unit at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and you are greeted with a warm welcome and a quiet sense of calm despite the very urgent medical care which is going on around you.
In a medical emergency, a fast diagnosis is vital to save lives
State-of-the-art technology such as CT Scanners plays an important role in helping to treat patients as quickly as possible.
Charlotte Merryfield, 32, from the Forest of Dean, had her twin girls Jasmine and Amelia at 26 weeks, three months premature. Here she tells their story to help raise awareness of the £1.2m scanner appeal
Help us to transform and save lives in Gloucestershire
The launch of our £1.2m CT scanner appeal
Will who had a stroke and went on to run the London Marathon is backing our CT Scanner Appeal
Sports journalist and dad-of-one, Will Perringwood, 35, is supporting our campaign after he suffered a brain haemorrhage.