The Angela Taylor Intensive Care Bed at Royal Melbourne Hospital

When Constable Angela Taylor was injured in the Russell Street bombing in 1986, she spent 24 agonizing days in the Intensive Care Department of the Royal Melbourne Hospital. Medical staff fought to save Angela’s life but to no avail. As a token of gratitude for the care and compassion the hospital extended to Angela, her family, work colleagues and the Blue Ribbon Foundation funded the purchase of an intensive care bed.