Bringing Joy to Hospitals: Proud Sponsors of the Danish Hospital Clowns

Digital Health, June 27, 2023

Digital Health, June 27, 2023

Once again this year, we’re thrilled to announce that we proudly sponsor the Danish Hospital Clowns, also known as Danske Hospitalsklovne. These incredible clowns bring life-affirming joy and magic to hospital rooms, making them an oasis of play and comfort for hospitalised children and their families.

Professional Clowning: Experts with a Touch of Magic

They’re not just your average clowns. These professionals undergo 1 ½ years of training where they learn an impressive array of artistic skills, as well as the art of building relationships, understanding neuropsychology, and collaborating with hospital staff. With their trusty suitcase full of expertise, they’re always ready to lend a helping hand and bring smiles to little faces.

Creating Playful Wonderlands: Where Magic Meets Security

Picture this: a hospital ward transformed into a room bursting with playfulness, enchantment, and a sense of security. That’s the work of the Danish Hospital Clowns. Their mission is to boost the spirits and resilience of hospitalised children, helping them navigate their illness journey with a little more joy and positivity.

61 Clowns and Counting: Spreading Smiles and Laughter

We’re proud to support these extraordinary individuals, who currently number 61 talented hospital clowns, with 12 more clown apprentices eagerly learning the ropes. They’re the heart and soul of the Danish Hospital Clowns, spreading smiles, laughter, and a whole lot of magic wherever they go.

Where IT Meets Health: Making a Difference Together

You know what makes this partnership even more special? It’s the perfect blend of IT and health. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of all patients, including the little ones. That’s why we’re thrilled to join forces with the Danish Hospital Clowns, who share the same passion for making a positive impact. Bringing smiles, laughter, and a whole lot of magic to those who need it most.