Mid Essex Hospital Charities Foundation

Please join our appeal to help us raise the funds needed to upgrade our existing robot which is due to “retire” in the coming months and fund a brand new robotic system. This will ensure that the very best treatment and care that Broomfield Hospital can provide is available to the people of Essex and beyond.

Our target is £1.5M and we are well on the way to achieving one million pounds thanks to the generosity of supporters in the community which is fantastic, but we are desperately seeking your help now to ensure we reach our target.

There is significant evidence demonstrating a number of advantages for patients who have benefited from surgery with the surgical robot compared to conventional surgical techniques.

Not only will you be helping to purchase the equipment that could change the quality of life after surgery, but you are investing in the future. It is anticipated that the current surgical robot – the Da Vinci S – will then be used for teaching at the Anglia Ruskin University.

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