The Rotunda Foundation

Raising funds for
Essential Equipment

philanthropy since 1745

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Baby Amy-azing donating on World Preemie day

143 Days in NICU, Amy-azing!

“Amy-azing”, according to Urbandictionary.com is, “more than just amazing, and probably the most awesome person ever rolled into one word”.  This is how I feel about my daughter Amy who was born in February 2016 15 weeks premature.  When Amy took her leap into the world on the leap year … Continue reading “143 Days in NICU, Amy-azing!”

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Special Funds

Vital Equipment - incubator

Vital Equipment

The right technology in the right place.   The NICU and all hospital departments need dedicated specialist equipment to provide … Continue reading “Vital Equipment”


Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU)

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. (NICU)

At the heart of best practice. Up to 10% of babies are born prematurely, many weighing less than 1500 grams … Continue reading “Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. (NICU)”

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Partnerships

Partnerships

The Foundation team will work with you to develop a remarkable partnership to achieve your companys’ objectives.  Many of our … Continue reading “Partnerships”


Fundraising for the Rotunda

Individual

You can support us in many ways, take part in an event or organise your own, join the Rotunda Knitters … Continue reading “Individual”

News

The latest from the Rotunda Foundation

Twin Babies

New High Tech Laser Machine

The Rotunda Hospital is the national leader for the performance of surgery in the womb to treat complications of twin … Continue reading “New High Tech Laser Machine”


Winners of Research Team of the Year 2018

Winners at Irish Healthcare Awards 2018

At the Irish Health Care Award 2018 The Rotunda Hospital were Winners in 2 categories ‘Research Team of the Year’ … Continue reading “Winners at Irish Healthcare Awards 2018”