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The Northern Sydney Local Health District

The Northern Sydney Local Health District is one of eight metropolitan health districts of Sydney. The vision for the Northern Sydney Local Health District is to be 'leaders in healthcare, partners in wellbeing'

By 2022 the population of the Northern Sydney Local Health District (NSLHD) is expected to reach almost one million people. NORTH Foundation partners with several hospitals and research facilities within the NSLHD including Royal North Shore Hospital, Ryde Hospital, Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital, and the Kolling Institute of Medical Research to raise much needed funds. Fundraising is vital to ensure the NSLHD can meet any challenges ahead by embracing discovery and learning, building partnerships and engaging the community, to deliver excellent health and wellbeing.

Donations to all hospitals and research facilities will have a direct impact on the patients we help. The gifts we receive enable life-saving equipment to be purchased, the provision of the best in patient care and funding of 'bench to bedside' research.

When choosing to support one of the hospitals or research sites you can select the area your donation will support. This may be the area of most need or one that holds special significance to you or a loved one.

Royal North Shore Hospital

Established in 1885, Royal North Shore Hospital (RNSH) and its associated health services meet the health needs of four local government areas – Mosman, Willoughby, Lane Cove and North Sydney.

RNSH is a principal tertiary referral centre as well as a NSW Trauma Centre. The state-wide services provided by RNSH are severe burns injury, spinal cord injury, neonatal intensive care and interventional neuroradiology.

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Ryde Hospital

Ryde Hospital was established in 1934 and provides both inpatient, outpatient and community services for the local community.

Ryde Hospital, together with Royal North Shore Hospital, forms the North Shore Ryde Health Service (NSRHS). The Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the NSRHS are Mosman, North Sydney, Willoughby, Lane Cove, Ryde and Hunters Hill.

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Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Health Service (HKHS), incorporating Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital and six community health centres, has been providing quality health care since 1933, to a community stretching from the Hawkesbury River to Lindfield, east to St Ives and west to Pennant Hills, Cherrybrook and Epping.

Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Health Service is working to deliver the second stage of a $321 million redevelopment. This work will deliver a state-of-the-art hospital designed to provide the best possible health care to the local community.

This redevelopment is about providing a better experience for patients, carers, staff and visitors to Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital in a purpose-built facility that meets the needs of the community well into the future.

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Kolling Institute of Medical Research

For more than 85 years the Kolling Institute of Medical Research has been turning scientific discoveries into medical realities.

The research aims to discover, develop, deliver and disseminate new knowledge for the benefit of patients and the wider community.

The Institute is making important scientific breakthroughs identifying new drugs and devices as well as developing smarter ways of diagnosing and treating patients.

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Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice at Manly

Construction of the Adolescent and Young Adult Hospice is expected to start in 2020.

The unique service will provide support to young adults with life-limiting illnesses, offering respite care, symptom management or end of life care.

The hospice will be the first of its kind in Australia and will provide care for young adults from the Northern Beaches as well as those from across the State.

A community fundraising program has also been launched to raise funds towards the cost of the building. Donations can be made through the NORTH Foundation.

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