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

First NHS Veterans Rehabilitation unit announced

NHS Veterans Rehabilitation unit announced Today, Friday 9 November, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust (RNOH) has announced it has shortlisted three bidders who will compete for the final design and operation of a military veteran rehabilitation unit on their site in Stanmore, northwest London. In advance of the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One, the RNOH hosted a turf cutting ceremony to mark the...

RNOH Patient Choice Award - nominations now open

2018 patient choice awards Each year we celebrate the hard work of our staff at the RNOH Staff Achievement Awards. The Patient Choice Award is open to patients, their friends and family, as well as carers who would like to recognise an individual or team who has gone the extra mile to provide outstanding care during their treatment at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. You are invited to submit your nomination(s)...

Reflexions issue 6 now available

reflexions 6 - the amazing paraclimber Anoushe Husain The new edition of the RNOH patient community magazine Reflexions is now available to read or download. Issue number 6 has compelling patient stories, including the amazing paraclimber Anoushe Husain and the fascinating link between one of our patients and King Richard III, a look into two important RNOH services: social work & the  neonatal one-stop hip clinic, a pictorial...

Help us in our buggy appeal

Help us in our buggy appeal We’ve launched a Just Giving fundraising appeal to purchase another patient buggy to help patients and visitors get across our large 100 acre site at Stanmore. Our patient buggy service started in July 2016 and, since then, has transported over 50,000 patients. Our volunteer drivers - who operate in all weathers - are often the first people our patients and visitors meet when they arrive....

Patient Service Telephone Questionnaire

RNOH main gate sign telephone survey Over the past 18 months, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has made a number of changes to our telephone system and the way our patients are able to communicate with us. We are keen to hear our patients, carers and visitors feedback on these changes and to identify new ways of improving the services we provide to you. To help us do this, we kindly ask you to take a few moments to complete...

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