The RNOH supports several charity and volunteer organisations operating on its Stanmore site. These organisations also provide services and facilities to patients, visitors and staff at the hospital.
The ASPIRE leisure centre is located on site and hosts first-class facilities for able-bodied and disabled people. Inpatients at the RNOH are welcome to use the facilities free of charge. After discharge, patients who are registered disabled can receive both reduced membership tariffs and reduced admission prices.
To find out more about Aspire please contact:
Aspire National Training Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore HA7 4AP
Charity No: 1075317
The aim of the fund is to provide a means of transport for people within the hospital and the surrounding community, who, because of their disability, are unable to use conventional transport.
We are always looking for new drivers to support our service to drive modern, specially adapted vehicles for wheelchair users.
WE ARE CLOSED SATURDAY 9th & 16th GOOD FRIDAY & EASTER MONDAY
Basilian Coffee Shop offers variety of food and drinks; cakes are baked on site, serving breakfast, traditional and mediterranean style sandwiches.
Our menu is constantly updated, to give you the freshest ingredients and different varieties of foods, all cooked fresh from our kitchens. See our menu: click here
Based at Aspire Training Centre, Wood Lane, Stanmore, Middlesex. HA7 4AP
Tel: +44 (0) 208 420 6724 – Mobile +44 (0) 7908 278152
OPUS is a voluntary users group working alongside the RNOH to provide an effective forum for all RNOH Orthotic and Prosthetic Department users, their families and carers. OPUS aims to establish a network of peer support and a positive working relationship between users, centre clinicians and the Trust, providing opportunities for feedback, voicing concerns and sharing ideas.
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The longest running and multi-award-winning hospital station is run entirely by unpaid volunteers, who have been providing a continuous radio service to patients at the RNOH since 1966. Want to volunteer with Radio Brockley? Find out more about Volunteering opportunities.
A registered charity promoting the lives of all disabled people, their families and carers, by supporting them in their desire to live an independent and dignified lifestyle – making their own choices.TDF offers a full range of mainstream complementary therapies as well as counselling and chiropody. Our centre has five therapy rooms and is based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, Middx. All our therapists are fully qualified, insured and hold a current DBS check.