Inzpire Limited Donates £3720 to Paediatric Intensive Care Unit

Inzpire Supports Unit for Third Year Running

The staff at Inzpire Limited are delighted to continue their support of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham.

On 2nd March, we hosted Nick Lawford, Fundraising Manager for Nottingham Hospitals Charity to hand over a cheque for £3720 which will go directly to the Paediatric Unit. The money was raised during our latest employee survey, with Inzpire’s Directors kindly agreeing that for every person who filled in the survey, the Company would donate £20 to the unit. As a further gesture of goodwill, the £1860 that was raised through the survey was matched by the Company in a lump sum.

Inzpire have supported the Unit and its staff since 2014 due to the exceptional level of care and support provided to the Daughter of one of our employees. Since then, as well as delivering team-building and training days to the medical staff on the ward, Inzpire have also donated £8,680 for the purchase of life-saving medical equipment and further training and development for the Paediatric team.

Nick Lawford explained: “We are so grateful to the amazing team at Inzpire for their ongoing, generous support of the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit at Nottingham Children’s Hospital. Donations to the PICU help to fund improvements to facilities, new state-of-the-art equipment, additional services for patients, and staff development opportunities. Over the past 12 months since Inzpire’s last generous gift, charitable donations have funded the purchase of a ground-breaking piece of technology which gives clinicians live video of a patient’s lung, providing information which could be lifesaving; new multi-sensory play equipment for young patients; and specialist training for Paediatric Critical Care nurses. Going forward, charitable funds will support a range of enhancements to the unit – from the mundane but essential (a new washing machine, particularly to wash straps used to hoist patients) to the cutting edge (special “eye gaze” technology to help young patients communicate)”

Our image shows back row, Jim Mulholland (Head of Integrated Sensors and Systems) front row L-R Hugh Griffiths (Inzpire CEO), Rich Havercroft (Head of Support Services), Bob Chevli (Head of Synthetic Training), Al Whittle (Managed Services Director) and Nick Lawford