KCOM’s onsite team of five, based at Royal Stoke University Hospital in Stoke on Trent, runs a fully managed IT service including networking, telephony and wireless technologies. When the team at the Cancer Centre at University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) wished to make Wi-Fi available to its teenage and young adult patients, it approached Teenage Cancer Trust for funding. KCOM, which has been working with UHNM for 10 years and chose Teenage Cancer Trust as its official charity partner three years ago, offered to step in to help.

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Bright Wi-Fi idea connects patients and saves money for Teenage Cancer Trust