The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Takes Account at the Neonatal Care Unit

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital recently received a donation of £500 from local firm, Bantoft Accountancy.

Founder of the Wisbech based accountancy firm, Mrs. Nickie Bantoft along with colleagues Samantha Wheatley, Jaclyn Pearce, Lucy Davis, Claire Gayton and Katy Wicks organised a coffee morning to raise the funds for the unit.

Nickie Bantoft FCCA said: “We decided to hold the coffee morning, and invited people to join us.  We were absolutely delighted by how many people came along and also the standard of the cakes donated!  It clearly shows that the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is as close to as many other people’s hearts as it is ours.  Thank you very much to everyone who got involved and making it such a lovely morning.”

Paula Bettinson, Senior Sister, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit went on to say:  “The generosity of the public never fails to amaze us as a team.  We all take enormous pride in the care we offer the babies who are with us, as well as their families.  This fantastic donation will go towards flow sensors, used on our ventilators.  We want to thank everyone for organising the event, as well as making and eating the cake!  Your efforts have led to something which will benefit families who use our unit for years to come.”

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