How You Can Help
The main aim of Patient Care Trust is to give patients a free second opinion when they feel as if they have reached a roadblock in their treatment. We review medical histories and give patients an independent, unbiased opinion from one of our doctors or specialists.
As a UK charity, we receive no government funding and all our work is totally reliant on sponsorship and donations.
We are of course fortunate to have a growing number of independent consultants and specialists who believe in the importance of Patient Care Trust by generously providing their time and their service free of charge.
However, as with any organisation, there are always administrative costs involved, and so fundraising forms an essential part of the charity’s existence to ensure we can be there in the future for those who need it most.
Should you wish to contribute to Patient Care Trust as a volunteer, donor or in some other capacity, or if you would like to get involved in fundraising, or you know someone who would, we would be very glad to hear from you
We are aiming to help everyone who contacts us, but, as the number of medical queries increases each day, due to our limited resources and small administration team, we are physically unable to sustain the same level of support. In order to continue delivering medical solutions, we rely heavily on individual donations, which, big or small, make difference to the lives of those who gave up the hope of finding the answers to their medical problems.
If you would like to make a donation or contribution to the HDA Patient Care Trust online please go to;
Contact us on 020 7935 8366 and we would be very happy to discuss any arrangements further.
Send a cheque to:
The HDA Patient Care Trust
12 Upper Wimpole Street
Please make cheques payable to The Honorary Doctors Association.
It’s quick and simple, instead of entering the phone number just enter 70070 and then text HDAC12 followed by £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 as a single donation.