We focus on projects that sit outside the scope of government funding; projects that create better healing spaces,
transform patient care or bring research from the bench to the bedside.
Along with Auckland City Hospital’s teams, we are so grateful to our supporters for helping them do even more
for patients and whānau in their care. Here we share a few of those successes so far, achieved together.
Johnson & Johnson and Olympus step forward to support surgical training opportunity.
Our donors and Rise scholarship supporters came together to share their experiences.
Former patient’s bequest will complete our whānau rooms refurbishment project.
Every year around 9,000 people in NZ have a stroke. It is our country’s third largest killer, claiming 2,500 lives annually.
The Lindsay Foundation has gifted nearly $400,000 to fund a virtual reality simulator for eye surgery training.
The Lindsay Foundation is helping our clinicians save more lives in critical emergencies.
Your support will help Auckland City Hospital’s teams do even more for patients and whānau in their care.