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Ron Brooks Makes Contribution Towards Ilkeston Hospital Bed

Ron Brooks Toyota Ilkeston are pleased to have made a financial Contribution towards the purchase of a state-of-the-art hospital bed, to be used in the Diagnostic Centre at Ilkeston Community Hospital. 

A Fantastic Piece of Kit

The bed itself -pictured above with Mike Perry, President of the League of Friends, Matt Hallam from the Diagnostic Centre, Maggie Throup, MP for Erewash, and Peter Chapman, who is one of our longest serving staff members – is a QA4 Surgery Trolley can cost anywhere between £3,000 and £5,000, because of their ability to provide a wider set of services in Ilkeston Diagnostic & Treatment Centre. It is hoped that it will also reduce waiting times at the hospital.


It has excellent maneuverability and its easy-to use hand operated functions gives it the dual-functionality of both a patient transport trolley with the features of an operating table. It can be raised or lowered to assist with getting in and out of the bed is a truly a state-of-the-art piece of kit, which will make a big difference to both patients and staff in the Community Hospital.

A Helping Hand

Meanwhile Assistant Sales Manager, Neil Haynes, has promised to donate a further £5 for every car he sells next year to the Ilkeston Community Hospital, to help towards funding another bed.


Neil Haynes Hospital Bed


With the arrival of the eagerly anticipated Toyota C-HR, seen below, those £5 donations will soon add up to a more than significant contribution towards what is a brilliant local facility. Neil is no stranger to charitable work, having made a similar pledge last year for Comic Relief, for which Toyota was a major sponsor.


Maggie Throup


MP for Erewash, Maggie Throup, pictured with the all new Toyota C-HR above, thanked the company and Neil for going to the trouble of making a contribution towards this important local project.