Supporting our Intensive Care Unit (ICU)

How can I support Southmead Hospital ICU?

Whether you want to make a one-off or regular donation, give in memory of a loved one, or raise money for the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), we’re here to help you.

Your donations mean our ICU team is able to give the best possible care to critically ill patients. Your generosity will support projects that benefit the 2,600 patients admitted to the ICU each year and provide support to their families during emotionally challenging times.

Whatever you can give, your donation will help make your ICU stronger now and in the future.

If you have any questions about donating to the ICU, please contact us and we’ll get back to you.

Making Southmead Hospital ICU even better

Every day, seven people from across Bristol, South Gloucestershire, and beyond will find themselves in need of immediate, critical care from the expert team at Southmead Hospital ICU.

Our ICU is one of the busiest in the country, treating patients for a huge range of complex illnesses and injuries. Throughout the pandemic, the staff that make up the ICU team have been absolutely vital in Bristol’s fight against Covid-19.

Spending time in the ICU can have a profound and lasting effect on both patients and families. Sadly, some people are too poorly to recover. The care and support patients and their families receive often mean that many choose to give back to the unit as a way of saying thank you.

Dr Julian Thompson ICU Consultant at Southmead Hospital
Thanks to generous donations from past patients, their families, and the local community, we’ve been able to purchase the latest, high-tech equipment for the ICU. Every donation we receive from you helps us to improve the already exceptional care that the team is delivering to patients every day.
Dr Julian Thompson
ICU Consultant, Southmead Hospital

Give in memory to Southmead Hospital ICU

Giving in memory of a lost loved one can bring comfort at a time of great sadness.

Your gift will honour and celebrate their life while making a difference in the lives of patients and families for years to come.

From individual donations to setting up a fundraising page in their memory, there are many ways to remember your loved one.

Please contact Hannah, who will be there right alongside you to guide you through your giving in memory.

Contact Hannah

Fundraising Officer


Hannah.Jones3@nbt.nhs.uk

07920 413700

Your support really makes a difference

Thanks to donations from kind supporters like you, we’ve already funded items that are making a huge difference to patients, their families, and the staff who care for them.

From small items of comfort such as reusable water bottles and Crocs to support our ICU staff through their shifts to an innovative, high-tech clinical information system that will log critical patient data, your donations enable the ICU team to give the best possible patient care.

Read more about the state-of-the-art equipment and signage which is already making a difference to patients and families below.

Advanced technology for our ICU

Informative signage for families and visitors

Thank you for your support – it makes a huge difference to our patients, their families and our staff.

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