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

RNOH joins major national genome study

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The RNOH has joined the 100,000 Genomes Project. The Trust received the green light to start recruitment into this important national project earlier this month. The aim is to create a new genomic medicine service for the NHS and as such transforming the way people are cared for.

The project will provide an opportunity for patients to be offered a diagnosis where there wasn’t one before and, in time, will help to deliver more effective treatments.

RNOH redevelopment on track

Visit to the redevelopment site 5.10.16

We're making good progress on the work to build the new inpatient ward bock on the RNOH Stanmore site. The old Patient Centre is being demolished and the ground being cleared for the next stage in the work, the preparations for concrete that will support the earth around the construction site as they dig into the slope leading up to the Outpatients Department.

Silver Sunday: Hip Surgery Simulation

1-7 October is Silver Sunday Week, a series of events around Barnet to celebrate the value and knowledge older people contribute to our communities 

As part of Silver Sunday, the RNOH is inviting people to attend a Hip Surgery Simulation session to find out how hip surgery is done.

Using modern teaching techniques and simulation equipment in a simulation laboratory at the RNOH, we would like to invite you to a demonstration of hip surgery.

The sustainability and transformation plan for North Central London

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The health and care system across North Central London (NCL) - clinical commissioning groups, local authorities and NHS providers - are working together to develop an NCL-wide sustainability and transformation plan (STP).

This will set out how local health and care services will transform and become sustainable over the next five years, building and strengthening local relationships and ultimately delivering the Five Year Forward View vision.

RNOH's diversity and equality celebration

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The RNOH celebrated its first diversity and equality festival last week with food, music, dance and dress from the broad cultural range of staff at the Trust. The event, organised by the RNOH Equality Diversity Network, was opened by Chief Executive Rob Hurd and saw a series of short talks from RNOH Chaplin Wendy Brooker and Deputy Trust Chair Joe Carlebach, as well as representatives from the local Shree Swaminarayan Temple, Met Police LGBT Association and Joe Gilbert from Aspire.

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