What we do Our hospitals St Michael's Hospital St Michael's Hospital is a small and friendly NHS teaching hospital with links to Bristol University and the University of the West of England. The hospital provides modern and progressive services in obstetrics and gynaecology care, and ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgery. The hospital is a regional referral unit for high-risk pregnancies and for fetal medicine. Did you know? It costs £789 per day for one patient to be cared for at St Michael's Hospital. To look after critically ill babies and adults, it costs over £10m per year to run the Critical Care Unit. Over 5000 babies are born in the hospital each year. The Fetal Medicine Unit performs over 3,800 ultrasound scans on mums-to-be with complicated pregnancies. St Michael’s cares for over 130,000 patients per year. What we have funded New state of the art incubators, costing £13,500 each, have been funded for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), a specialist referral centre which cares for extremely vulnerable babies. Huge thanks to our generous supporters, including Bristol’s branches of NatWest, who fundraised to help provide these incubators. How you can help With your support we can go Above & Beyond what the NHS can provide to help treat some of the most vulnerable babies at the start of their lives. The 2018 Bristol to Paris Cycle Challenge raised £150,000 towards a new 3D ultrasound scanner in the Fetal Medicine Unit. This state of the art piece of equipment will provide greater diagnostic accuracy for fetal imaging, vital for conducting life-saving in-utero procedures and facilitating prenatal bonding. You can help by donating here. Thank you.