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Corporate, Community and Voluntary Organisations

This page provides information for organisations wishing to get involved at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. The RNOH is pleased to be working with a number of corporate, voluntary, and community groups and organisations on a range of projects from corporate volunteering days to partnerships with voluntary and charitable organisations.

Corporate Volunteering

The RNOH has benefited from the help of a number of corporate organisations and businesses who have, as part of their corporate social responsibility, spent time here working on a variety of voluntary projects. From working in the Therapy Garden to painting and maintenance of some of our estate, these groups have made a genuine impact on our work and helped to make the site more attractive and appealing for our patients and visitors.

The RNOH is keen to further develop its corporate volunteering package, including exploring potential patient-focused projects and opportunities. If your business or organisation would like to get involved in a volunteering day (or ongoing volunteering commitment), please contact the Voluntary Services Manager.

Voluntary Organisations

The RNOH works closely with a number of voluntary organisations. From closely linked charities such as Radio Brockley to peer support, information, and mentoring groups, there are a range of voluntary sector partnerships providing added care, service, and support to patients.

If you are a voluntary sector organisation who would like to discuss getting involved at the hospital, please contact the Voluntary Services Manager.

Community Organisations

The RNOH is developing its involvement partnerships with local groups and organisations, including volunteering opportunities and projects for local faith groups, schools, colleges, and community groups. We welcome any enquiries and ideas from the local groups about how to build stronger links with the local community.

For all enquiries, please contact Ellis Banfield, Involvement Lead:
Email: ellis.banfield@rnoh.nhs.uk
Telephone: 0208 909 5394

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