The RNOH aims to be a world-leading orthopaedic hospital with the best patient care and staff experience in the NHS

RNOH make Nursing Times Workforce Awards finals

NT workforce logo We’re pleased to announce that the RNOH has made the shortlist in two categories for the inaugural Nursing Times Workforce Awards. These recognise and reward the excellent work that is being done by employers to support the nursing and midwifery workforce across the NHS. We have been nominated as ‘best place to work for employee satisfaction’ and ‘best employer for staff recognition’.

NHS70: RNOH celebrates

NHS70 garden party The sun shone on the RNOH last week as we celebrated the NHS 70th anniversary at both the Stanmore and Bolsover Street sites. Everyone had a great time and it was wonderful to see so many staff from all areas of the Trust attend. Thank you to all our staff here at the RNOH and across the NHS for their dedication and service. Stanmore photos by Jack Lo.

Articulate 127 latest edition available

Articulate 127 The new issue of Articulate is now available to read or download. This new edition includes an in-depth interview with orthopaedic surgeon Panos Gikas, a report on the RNOH Charity Buttercup Walk, a look back at some vintage photos of 70 yrs of NHS history at the RNOH, a fascinating piece on scanning animal specimens from the Natural History Museum, redevelopment updates and loads more. ...

The Buttercup Walk 2018

Buttercup Walk RNOH The RNOH Charity The Buttercup Walk 2018 took place last Saturday 23 June. The weather was on our side, with a sun filled afternoon of family fun. Staff, patients and visitors mingled under the marquee, participating in the games and events taking place. Medivet Stanmore supported this year’s dog show, the Volunteer Service manned the Guess the Weight of the Cake competition, one of many various craft and...

First genetic marker for osteoblastoma has been discovered by scientists

The first genetic marker for the bone tumour, osteoblastoma, has been discovered by scientists at the Wellcome Sanger Institute and their collaborators. Whole-genome and transcriptome sequencing of human bone tumours revealed that a genetic change that affects the transcription factor, FOS, is a hallmark mutation of osteoblastoma.

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