NHS organisations supported

Discover which NHS organisations across the UK are being provided with tablets that offer a safe and secure platform as part of the Life Lines project.

The ambition of the Life Lines project is to offer all families across the UK a safe and secure platform to connect with their loved ones in Intensive Care Units and the clinical teams caring for them.

Life Lines map 2205NHS Organisations supported so far by Life Lines

Tablets supplied through Life Lines have now been delivered to more than 140 hospitals across the UK, with the help of project partners and generous donations.

The map on the right shows each of the NHS organisations that are now using these tablets in intensive care units. With these tablets, families are able to connect with their loved ones through virtual visits, and stay informed through the clinical teams that care for them.

NHS Organisations using tablets provided by Life Lines:

  • St Peter's Hospital
  • Queen's Hospital
  • St Bartholomew's Hospital
  • Newham University Hospital
  • The Royal London Hospital
  • Whipps Cross University Hospital
  • Basildon Hospital
  • Mater Hospital
  • Royal Victoria Hospital
  • NHS Nightingale, Belfast
  • Glan Clwyd Hospital
  • Wrexham Maelor Hospital
  • Blackpool Victoria Hospital
  • Bradford Royal Infirmary
  • Royal Sussex County Hospital
  • Addenbrooke's Hospital
  • Chelsea & Westminster Hospital
  • West Middlesex University Hospital
  • Countess of Chester Hospital
  • Darlington Memorial Hospital
  • University Hospital of Durham
  • Craigavon Area Hospital 
  • Croydon University Hospital
  • Darent Valley Hospital
  • Dorset County Hospital
  • Lister Hospital
  • Macclesfield District General Hospital
  • St Helier Hospital
  • Cragside
  • St Thomas' Hospital
  • Guy's Hospital
  • Royal Hampshire County Hospital
  • The London Clinic
  • Harrogate District Hospital
  • Homerton University Hospital
  • Hull Royal Infirmary
  • Glangwili Hospital 
  • Bronglais General Hospital
  • Withybush General Hospital
  • Charing Cross Hospital
  • Nobles Hospital
  • St Mary's Hospital
  • King's College Hospital (Denmark Hill)
  • Princess Royal University Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital
  • Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital
  • University Hospital Aintree
  • Luton & Dunstable Hospital
  • Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells
  • Manchester Royal Infirmary
  • Royal Manchester Children's Hospital
  • Wythenshawe Hospital
  • Central Manchester University Hospital
  • Trafford General Hospital
  • Medway Maritime Hospital
  • Broomfield Hospital
  • Milton Keynes Hospital
  • NHS Nightingale, Manchester
  • NHS Nightingale, Glasgow
  • Glasgow Royal Infirmary Unit
  • Inverclyde Royal NHS Trust
  • Royal Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust
  • The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Glasgow
  • Monklands And Cumbernauld Unit
  • Edinburgh Child Health Unit
  • Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh 
  • St John's Hospital at Howden
  • Western General Hospitals 
  • Balfour Hospital
  • Southmead Hospital
  • Cumberland Infirmary
  • West Cumberland Hospital
  • University Hospital of North Tees
  • Hinchingbrooke Hospital
  • Peterborough City Hospital
  • Northampton General Hospital 
  • North Devon District Hospital
  • Antrim Area Hospital 
  • Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham
  • North Manchester General Hospital
  • Poole General Hospital
  • Queen Alexandra Hospital
  • Queen Victoria Hospital (East Grinstead)
  • Royal Brompton Hospital
  • Royal Cornwall Hospital
  • Barnet Hospital
  • Royal Free Hospital
  • The Royal Liverpool University Hospital
  • Royal Papworth Hospital
  • Royal United Hospital
  • Salisbury District Hospital
  • Sandwell General Hospital
  • Northern General Hospital
  • The Princess Royal Hospital
  • The James Cook University Hospital
  • Sunderland Royal Hospital
  • South Tyneside District Hospital
  • Southport & Formby District General Hospital
  • St George's Hospital (Tooting)
  • Whiston Hospital
  • Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
  • East Surrey Hospital
  • Morriston Hospital
  • Russells Hall Hospital
  • Freeman Hospital
  • The Royal Victoria Infirmary
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Royal Bournemouth General Hospital
  • The Royal Marsden Hospital (London)
  • New Cross Hospital
  • Ulster Hospital
  • The Walton Centre 
  • Torbay Hospital
  • Lincoln County Hospital
  • Southampton General Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
  • Bristol Royal Infirmary
  • University Hospital (Coventry)
  • Manor Hospital
  • Warrington Hospital
  • Watford General Hospital
  • St Richard's Hospital
  • The Whittington Hospital
  • Arrowe Park Hospital
  • Alexandra Hospital
  • Princess of Wales Hospital
  • Royal Albert Edward Infirmary

NHS Organisations with deliveries in progress:Life Lines map delivery in progress 1

However, Life Lines is yet to reach every hospital across the UK. We are currently working to support a number of trusts to get involved. Deliveries are currently on the way to more than 30 additional NHS organisations. These are shown in the map on the right. 

All NHS Organisations with tablets being delivered: 

  • Chesterfield Royal Hospital
  • Royal Blackburn Hospital
  • Colchester General Hospital
  • Frimley Park Hospital
  • Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
  • Prince Philip Hospital
  • Royal Preston Hospital
  • Leeds General Infirmary
  • Pinderfields General Hospital
  • South Ayrshire Acute Unit
  • Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital
  • Scunthorpe General Hospital
  • Horton General Hospital
  • Musgrove Park Hospital
  • Heartlands Hospital
  • Weston General Hospital

Want to see your NHS organisation on the list?

Visit our 'About Life Lines' page to learn more about the project. If you want to get in touch about further supporting the expansion of the Life Lines project, email us at LifeLines@kcl.ac.uk

Alternatively, if you have a query about the NHS organisations on this list or believe it needs amending, you can email us to correct this. These lists are being updated on a regular basis.

With the help of donations to Life Lines, we will continue to meet the growing demand for tablets, with the goal of making video visitations a possibility for families across the UK. 

If you would like to support this project, click here to donate.