The RNOH will remain the UK’s leading specialist orthopaedic hospital, further enhancing its international profile for outstanding patient care, research and education

RNOH Staff Achievement Awards 2016

Staff Awards 2016

We had a capacity crowd for the 2016 RNOH Staff Achievement Awards held on Thursday 8 December at the Aspire Liesure Centre. Just over 300 staff turned out to cheer on the nominees, runners-up and winners for the various categories. Everyone had a great time and the full list of winners and pictures will be published in the next issue of Articulate, the RNOH magazine, out the end of this month.

Professor Goldstone’s appointment as Chair extended to 2018

Professor Anthony Goldstone

We are delighted to announce that NHS Improvement recently approved the extension of Professor Anthony Goldstone’s appointment as Chair of the RNOH Trust Board until 31 January 2018.

Professor Goldstone, who has been in post at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust since February 2011 and who was awarded a CBE for services to medicine in June 2008 said “It is a privilege to be invited to continue to lead the RNOH as it further advances its Redevelopment into a new era. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the staff and the Board for their enormous efforts during my six years at RNOH.”

Maya gives gold standard patient care at RNOH

Maya Benny Staff Nurse receives gold badge from Prof Paul Fish

Maya Benny, a staff nurse on RNOH's Short Stay Unit, has been the first to receive a gold 'I delivered great care' badge at the RNOH. That means she has received a total of 125 badges from patients since the scheme first launched at the hospital in February 2016. Maya was also the recipient of the first bronze award badge this year.

In the News

All the News

nhs choices logo

Quick Links