The Children’s e-Hospital aims to develop models of healthcare that can operate both in the NHS and the private sector. In order to show complete transparency we will always publish any awards or grants that help us develop our services. The grants received to date are listed below:
- An unrestricted grant from Mr Michael Watt (MW productions) who supported The Children’s e-Hospital medical aid work with the refugee crisis in Greece in 2017. This donation was used to provide drugs, medical care, food and clothing to refugee children.
- Use of office space for meetings involving The Children’s e-Hospital from JLL (UK) at their Leeds based offices.
- An unrestricted grant to allow the development of new models of care from Mead Johnson Nutrition, UK. Mead Johnson Nutrition have funded and supported the development of the Children’s e-Hospital service but website content and consultation advice is independently controlled by The Children’s e-Hospital.
- A pump priming grant from Innovate UK to look at GP paediatric referral data and prescribing patterns in the UK. This was awarded without restriction.