Delivering high quality care and giving patients access to the latest treatment options is paramount for the health and wellbeing of our community.
Together with your support, we will continue to fund equipment for hospitals and research facilities across South Australia.
The purchase of a revolutionary new chemotherapy delivery system called PIPAC (Pressurised Intraperitoneal Aerosol Chemotherapy) for hard-to-treat abdominal cancers at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Helping newborn babies thrive and avoid complications through the purchase of two lifesaving infant warmers, called ‘panda warmers’ for Lyell McEwin Hospital’s maternity ward.
A $300,000 grant was provided to regional hospitals in South Australia to purchase much-needed healthcare equipment for their sites.
The purchase of burns equipment for the Royal Adelaide Hospital called a C01 fractioned ablative laser that will be used to remodel burn scars, stimulate healing and facilitate shorter recovery times for patients.
Established a new purpose-built audiology booth at the Lyell McEwin Hospital to allow the hospital to deliver best-practice, state-of-the-art hearing assessments for adults and children, supporting their medical management.
Co-funding the purchase of a gamma camera for the Royal Adelaide Hospital to measure people’s rate of stomach emptying and provide an insight into many gastric disorders.
The purchase of a revolutionary QI Acube for the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research in Adelaide to automate DNA and RNA processing, used by the cancer and virology teams in particular.
Contributed to the installation of advanced imaging equipment at SAHMRI to help researchers develop a 4D lung scanner to enhance the diagnosis of lung disease and manage conditions such as cystic fibrosis, asthma and even COVID-19.