The George Marshall Medical Museum will continue to collect items and artefacts that illustrate the history of medicine and related sub-specialisms, with particular reference to the Worcestershire area.

Recent acquisitions include a large donation of photographs of Worcestershire hospital sites from Worcestershire Acute NHS Trust. These include aerial shots of both branches of the former Worcester Royal Infirmary, as well as lovely images of the kitchens at the Ronkswood branch.

If you have a treasured possession you would like to donate to the medical museums, please fill in the form below. Alternatively, contact the Curator on 01905 760738 for an informal chat. If the museums are unable to accept your kind donation into the permanent collections, we may be able to offer it a home within the dedicated handling collection. This is used across both the George Marshall Medical Museum and The Infirmary to engage visitors with the themes of medicine and healthcare. To find out how to get involved with collections work at either of the museums please click here.

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Please note that the museums recognise their responsibilities in acquiring additions to the collections, to ensure that care of collections, documentation arrangements and use of collections will meet with the requirements of the Accredited Standard. If the acceptance of a collection or individual item would have significant resource implications it will be reported to the museum’s sub-committee for decision. At present the space available limits the number of items that can be shown and collected by the museum and items for which the museum does not have the resources to care will not be collected.