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


Open day success

Stanmore open day

A huge thank you to everyone who came to our open day last Saturday. Visitors were given the chance to see behind the scenes at the nation's leading orthopaedic hospital and had plenty of hands-on activities and exhibits to get involved with. The lucky attendees had a close-up look at some of latest research that will redefine orthopaedic medicine in the coming years.

Randall says hello!

Randall bear

We'd like to introduce you to the newest (and cuddliest) member of The RNOH Charity, Randall. Randall is our brand new teddy bear, available from the Outpatients Shop or the Fundraising and Development office. He makes a lovely present and a great hospital buddy for anyone feeling a bit anxious about their stay.

If you'd like to take home your very own Randall, pop in to the RNOH Outpatients shop or call us on 020 8909 5362 so we can send one out to you. All the money raised from the sale of Randall will go towards our Redevelopment Appeal.

Articulate issue 123 now available

Articulate issue 123

The latest issue of the RNOH magazine, Articulate is now available to view or download. Inside you'll find articles on HRH The Duke of York's visit to the RNOH to see progress on the new inpatient ward building; the RNOH Charity Buttercup Walk in June celebrates their 15th Anniversary; the regular Inside Job feature with Anna Timms, Clinical Nurse Specialist, in which she talks about the complexities of limb reconstruction; an interview with Dr Joseph Cowan, Rehabilitation Consultant, who has worked at the RNOH for 25 years; the launch of ‘Charter of Behaviours’ created after fantastic feedback from staff VAL-YOU events last year; news from the RNOH Volunteers, and much more.

Nominate for the RNOH Staff Recognition Awards

RNOH Staff Recognition Awards

We have launched the Staff Recognition Awards to make the Trust a more positive, supportive and inclusive place to work, but we need your help. If you feel a staff member or team at the RNOH deserves recognition for the way they have demonstrated our Trust values and been role models of compassionate care, you can nominate them for one of the awards.

Barbara Bus Fund Trustee Vacancy

Barbara Bus specially adapted vehicles

The Barbara Bus Fund is a charity that provides specially adapted vehicles for the use of people who are wheelchair users and cannot access conventional transport.

Due to the imminent retirement of one of the trustees, the Fund is looking to recruit a suitable successor to join the committee.  The committee holds its meetings at Stanmore, in the evenings, usually every six to eight weeks.  The role of the trustees is mainly strategic, with the day to day running of the Fund being managed by the office staff. However, there may be some occasions when trustees attend during the day if they can to assist and support the Fund.

Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold (BAMOS)

Knee surgery at the RNOH

RNOH is one of seven partners contributing to the BAMOS project (Biomaterials and Additive Manufacturing: Osteochondral Scaffold (BAMOS) innovation applied to osteoarthritis) funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme. Together with University College London Institute of Orthopaedics & Musculoskeletal Sciences (UCL IOMS), RNOH is contributing to this collaboration programme to develop new scaffolds to treat osteochondral defects. As part of the programme RNOH and IOMS will be hosting scientists from Spain, Portugal and China.

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