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


Stop the spread of flu and norovirus

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To help protect our patients and staff from flu virus and norovirus, do not come into the hospital if you are feeling unwell and experiencing flu-like symptoms, diarrhoea or vomiting.

How you can help us if you are not well:

Do not visit the hospital until you have been free of symptoms for 48 hours

If you have an appointment or it is essential to visit a friend or relative, speak to the ward sister or manager prior to your visit.

Wash and dry your hands, making use of the alcohol sanitisers located across the hospital.

RNOH operating normally

Many of you will have seen the news about the plans at many hospitals to postpone non-urgent surgery until the end of the month. At the RNOH, we are continuing to operate at normal service levels so please continue to attend your appointments with us. If you are unable to attend please contact us as soon as possible.

The departmental contact numbers are listed under the 'Appointment Contact Numbers' drop-down menu on the contact us page.

Landmark devolution deal to improve health and care across the capital

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A ground-breaking devolution deal that will lead to improvements in health and care in London has been signed by the Mayor of London, Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt, London Councils and NHS, Public Health and wider health and care leaders.

The landmark agreement gives the Mayor, London Councils and health leaders more control over health and care in the capital, leading to more joined-up services for Londoners. The deal is the largest of its kind in England with over 100 organisations involved in shaping it over the past couple of years.

RNOH Fireworks display is cancelled


Due to construction work on site and the use of car park spaces where the display would have been held, this year's RNOH fireworks display is cancelled. We do hope to have another display next year to mark the opening of the new inpatient ward block. Further news will follow in due course. 

Vitamin D update at the RNOH

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Come to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore for an important update about Vitamin D deficiency in childhood. Hear from International experts including Professor Zulf Mughal who has studied and lectured about Vitamin D for 30 years and is a consultant in children’s medical bone disease.

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