Following the recent public exhibition, here are the consultation panels which outline our plans for this exciting new development. Feedback is welcome via email to email@example.com or in writing to Estates Department, RNOH NHS Trust, Brockley Hill, Stanmore HA7 4LP.
The Trust is holding a public exhibition for Princess Eugenie House, a family accommodation facility which is the next phase of the hospital’s redevelopment. The consultation will take place in the Sir Herbert Seddon Teaching Centre, RNOH, Brockley Hill, Stanmore on Friday 20 June from 13.00 – 20.00 and Saturday 21 June 10.00 – 14.00. All members of the public are welcome to attend.
Plans to build a new £25m biomedical engineering facility at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, have been announced. The latest project in the £250m long-term development of the site will add facilities to develop and test new medical devices in partnership with their users. This unification of research and treatment capabilities aims to unlock the potential of technology to improve patient wellbeing.
A joint initiative between UCL (University College London) and the RNOH, the centre is due to be opened in 2017 and is the latest phase of a vision to create a world leading biomedical engineering hub on the site. The new centre will focus on work in the fields of bioengineering and biomaterials.
Princess Eugenie of York, the Patron of the RNOH Charity’s Redevelopment Appeal, visited the hospital today (Wednesday 2 April) to officially open our new state-of-the-art Children’s High Dependency Unit (CHDU) - the latest phase in the site's long-term redevelopment.
The RNOH annual report is now available. It includes the annual accounts and annual governance statement, the financial performance for 2012-13, our priorities and objectives for 2013-14, as well as progress on the redevelopment plans for the Stanmore site.