Patient raises £40,000 for Harefield hospital

Tuesday 13th April 2021 14:44 EDT

On 7th April, Harrow Times reported that a man who underwent a complex 14-hour heart operation raised over £40,000 for a hospital.

Naren Hathi was diagnosed with a severe heart condition, endocarditis, and required urgent care at Harefield Hospital.

The complex heart operation took 14 hours, and after its success he spent three months last year recovering at the hospital.

Since then various Lion Clubs in Kingsbury, Hatch End, Kenton, Hendon, Sudbury and more were among the groups to donate to a fundraiser in which Mr Hathi expressed his gratitude to Harefield Hospital.

He said, “By the grace of God and the excellent care, support, and dedication of all staff at the Hospital, I am fortunate to have fully recovered. I cannot thank the doctors, nurses, and staff at the hospital enough for the care they showed to me as a patient and also to my family who visited regularly.”

The funds raised will go towards the Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospitals Charity’s Covid-19 Relief Fund, which aims to provide equipment and well-being for staff treating Covid-19 patients now and into the future.

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