A clinic at Pilgrim hospital, Boston has received a donation of a television to help enhance the experience of young people.
The RAOB, Skegness, made the donation to the junior sister of the children’s and young person’s clinic where it is being used to improve the patient experience by playing games, listening to music or watching programmes whilst waiting for appointments.
The donation has already received great feedback from the young people who attend the clinic.
Donna Higginbottom, health care support worker said, “We used a comment box to gather ideas from the patients who attend the clinic and this was one of the ideas that came out. We also have a games console so the young people who are waiting for treatment or appointments can be comfortable and relaxed.”
Vandi Boylan, junior sister said, “This is a lovely donation and it is wonderful for the young people who attend the clinic to be able to use whilst they are here. We are very grateful to the RAOB.”
John English from Skegness RAOB said, “We do a lot of work with local charities and it is good to be able to support our local hospital. We are really pleased that it is already being used and we know the patients will be having fun with it.”