Support the purchase of new cardiac monitors
to provide our patients with the best care now and in the future
The Prince of Wales Hospital Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery precinct treats over 6,200 patients each year and is recognised for producing exceptional patient outcomes and is a benchmark for cardiac care throughout NSW. With cardiac disease as the leading cause of death for Australians, The Prince of Wales Hospital (POWH) continues to expand its coronary care services and capabilities.
Right now that means updating the Hospital’s cardiac monitors to be fully networked and Wi-Fi enabled with central displays and telemetry transmitters on multiple screens. It means faster effective monitoring, greater mobility and freedom and easily transportable medical records. Your support means so much for so many people.
Our experienced and capable clinicians provide the full range of cardiac services – delivering lifesaving care, outstanding results and outcomes.
These monitors will enhance the clinical care we offer and take pleasure in providing.
Our patients and their families who put their hearts in our hands
As a sporty and busy working dad, Allan gave little thought of his heart and its health until he had, out of the blue, a heart attack that nearly took his life. Luckily his wife Rhi was able to rush him to POWH for care that ultimately saved his life. Allan is currently receiving ongoing treatment, and is beyond grateful to still be a part of his family
“I’ll always be grateful for the care I get – so I can be here for my family who fill my heart each and every day”
“As a speech pathologist I knew I was not well when talking became difficult and slurred. I didn’t realise however how severe situation was until I arrived at Hospital but fortunately found I was being looked after with one of the few doctors in the country who could look after the blood clot on the brain that had developed. Fortunately it’s worked and I’m back at work doing what I love.”
“You never know when it could be your turn to be the patient”