Relatives raise £600 in memory of Wendy Dulson
A local family has raised £603 for Worcestershire Royal Hospital’s chemotherapy suite, following the care their wife and mother received on the unit.
Simon, Jayne and Clive Dulson from Tenbury Wells, donated the cash to Rowan Suite to appreciate the hard work of staff on the ward. Wendy Dulson sadly passed away, having received chemotherapy treatment at the hospital.
The Dulson family wanted to give something back for the care Wendy received and the compassion that nurses on the unit showed to her.
Simon Dulson said: “We’re donating this money to Rowan Suite because we wanted to make it a little bit easier for the staff on the ward to continue giving the great care that they are giving.
“We wanted to thank the nurses who cared for my mother and give a little something back by helping draw attention to the good work that is being done here. They deserve our appreciation and we hope this donation will help allow others to receive the same quality care that Wendy did.”
Sam Leonard, senior sister on Rowan Suite said: “We are really grateful for this donation by the Dulson’s. Their donation will help provide additional equipment for the suite and can help us give that little bit extra that will enhance patient care and experience in the hospital.”
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Charitable Fund is registered with the Charity Commission (Registered Charity Number: 1054612) and is the official charity of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust. Its main aim is to provide equipment and resources over and above current NHS provision and enhance the experiences of all patients and staff from across Worcestershire.