Ride4Life Team complete challenge!

The Ride4Life Team completed their 334 mile cycle challenge, 4 countries in 4 days, raising over £50k for the Hospital. Read more

Dartford Football Club secure charity grant from FA

Dartford Football Club visited staff on Willow Ward to present £700 from the FA Community Shield 2018. Read more

Egg-cellent support from the local community

Our patients had a visit from the Easter Bunny, thanks to the support of a number of local business and groups. Read more

Dummy run as riders gear up for cycle to Amsterdam

Hospital staff and fellow Ride4Life team mates in Artic, event sponsor, host a static bike ride to raise funds for their challenge. Read more

Local British Legion ensure babies don't miss a breath

Greenhithe Royal British Legion donate £1,000 to buy 5 apnea alarms to alert staff to babies with breathing difficulty. Read more

House builder donates £1,000 to Little Buds Fund

House builders, Barratt and David Wilson Homes Kent, visit Darent Valley Hospital to present the Hospital with a £1,000 cheque. Read more

Cllr Pat and Doreen Coleman step down from the Charity Board

We say farewell and thank you to Cllr Pat and Doreen Coleman, repeat former Mayor and Mayoress of Dartford, who have volunteered at the Trust for 25 years. Read more

Dartford based company Artic support Ride4Life 2019

Dartford based Facilities Management company, Artic, get on their bikes in support of Ride4Life 2019 - Valley to Amsterdam. Read more

A chance to say Thank You

Afternoon of tea and cake with our longest serving volunteers Read more

Christmas comes early to Willow Ward

Billy Barratt and other representatives from Barratt Homes Kent dropped off a special delivery to Willow Ward. Read more

Volunteer Annual Get Together

An afternoon celebrating the volunteers here at Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust. Read more

Tesla puts a smile on children's faces

Luke Jones, a member of Tesla Owner’s Group UK, donated two replica Tesla toy cars to the Children's Ward. Read more

Silver Cross special delivery

Walnut Ward took delivery of a beautiful brand new pram kindly donated by Silver Cross. Read more

Hospital Volunteer wins £1,000 on Charity Lottery

Chaplaincy Volunteer Colin Parsonson won £1,000 in the Hospital Charity Lottery in September 2018. Read more

Lions 'club' together to improve cancer care

Local Lions Clubs unite to improve the experience of patients undergoing chemotherapy in the Pine Therapy Unit. Read more

Rotary help Special Baby Care Unit relax

Gravesend & Meopham Rotary Club support the purchase of bedside recliner chairs for new parents. Read more

Improving breast cancer diagnosis

Empress Unit receives new Mammotome machine to improve breast cancer diagnosis and reduce unnecessary surgery. Read more