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

Articulate issue 124 now available

Articulate issue 124

The latest issue of the RNOH magazine Articulate is now available to view or download. Inside you'll find articles on redevelopment news – a major milestone in the construction of the new inpatient ward block was reached last month when the ‘topping out’ ceremony took place. Our first "sandpit" event with UCL – brought together our clinicians, UCL scientists and engineers to tackle clinical problems together and come up with solutions

Princess Eugenie opens expanded RNOH Spinal Cord Injury Centre

Eugenie and SCCc patientj

Princess Eugenie of York, the Patron of The RNOH Charity’s Redevelopment Appeal, visited the hospital on Friday 7 July to officially open the new wing of our Spinal Cord Injury Centre (SCIC).

During her visit, Princess Eugenie was given a tour of the new wing, and talked to many of the Centre’s patients. She learned how they sustained their injuries, and the ways in which the SCIC has helped them to recover, and to regain their independence.

RNOH Quality Accounts 2016-2017 now available

RNOH Quality Accounts cover

The latest RNOH Quality Accounts are now available for 2016-2017. The Quality Account is an annual report about the quality of services provided by the RNOH and includes data on key measures such as patient safety, clinical effectiveness and patient experience. The Quality Account is an important way for us to report on quality and show improvements in the services we deliver to our patients.

The RNOH Charity Buttercup Walk

Mr Aresh Nejad, Medical Director and Mary Tye, opening the Buttercup Walk

The 2017 Buttercup Walk took place to raise money for The RNOH Charity. The event was attended by both patients and staff with stalls and rides for all to enjoy. Master of Ceremonies for the event was Mr Aresh Nejad, Medical Director and Mary Tye, a patient of the RNOH opened the Walk.

Mary, who is 96 years old and an incomplete C4-5 tetraplegic, broke her neck in 2008 and subsequently received successful surgery and rehabilitation at the RNOH. Determined to walk again, Mary's personal mantra is "I can and I will".

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