The Stanmore Building (TSB) is the first building to be built as part of the hospital redevelopment on the Stanmore site. The TSB accommodates Adult Acute, Private Patients and Children & Young People wards, with embedded therapy and MDT areas.
The contractor, Balfour Beatty, started construction in October 2016 and the Trust took occupation of the building in August 2018. After a period of commissioning the building went operational in December 2018. all as per the programme.
On the ground floor there is space for staff, visitors and patients with a coffee shop and Childrens' Activity Centre.
Most of the buildings at Stanmore date from the 1940s and many are no longer appropriate for the high-quality care and excellent clinical outcomes we wish to provide for our patients.
The new state of the art facility reflects the medical excellence that the RNOH is renowned for, enhancing patient experience and providing staff with an improved working environment. The inpatient facility has 50% of single en-suite rooms across each floor; providing patient privacy and dignity; improving patient safety; improving rest and recovery and enabling a safer and more efficient bed base.
The wards in the new building are:
- First Floor (CYP): Sir William Coxen Children and Young Peoples Unit
- Second Floor (Adult): The London Irish Ward
- Third Floor (Adult): Duke of Gloucester Ward
- Fourth Floor: RNOH Private Care
Phase one of the RNOH Stanmore redevelopment.