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Nottinghamshire TLC provides specialist equipment for QMC

Specialist Equipment from TLC to local hospital


When a request was received from staff at the Children’s’ Accident and Emergency Department at the Queens Medical Centre (QMC) for equipment to complete the refurbishment of two treatment rooms as part of a major re-build and extension of their Department, Teddies for Loving Care Nottinghamshire could not refuse.

The request was for specialist equipment to project suitable moving images onto the walls and ceilings in a newly dedicated sensory room and a treatment and suture room. 

David James, the TLC rep for QMC, along with Graham Riche, Chairman, attended the Emergency Department to present the newly installed equipment to Sophie Betts, Children’s A&E Play Specialist, who thanked them for providing the means for doctors and nurses to help calm and settle children in distressful and often physically challenging circumstances. 

She said everyone in the unit were most grateful for the support they had received over the last 18 years.



Caption:  David James and Sophie Betts demonstrating the image equipment in the Sensory treatment Room.

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