Northampton General Hospital Charitable Fund


The NGH Charitable Fund was established in 1994 to help deliver the highest standards of care to the patients and families who use Northampton General Hospital. It also supports our staff to improve, extend and innovate their work with the latest technology and training, enabling them to provide patients with the very best and most up to date treatments available.

Whilst the NHS receives government funding for healthcare, there is always more that can be done to improve our services. It's through the amazing generosity of patients, visitors, local companies, community groups and individuals that we are able to grow our services to help treat an even broader range of medical conditions.

Northampton General Hospital serves a local population of 360,000 and operates over 600 beds, 14 operating theatres, ITU and HDU facilities. As a recognised cancer centre, we provide specialist care to a catchment population of 880,000.

The NGH Charitable Fund is there to support every area of the hospital to improve patient care and we thank you for the support you give to help us achieve this.