Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust

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

RNOH ward profiles

In this section you will find useful information about each ward at RNOH including visiting times, meal times and the facilities on each ward. Please remember that you can ask any member of staff for assistance at any time if something is unclear or you are not sure about something. They will be very happy to help you.

The wards at the Stanmore site are:

Angus Mackinnon Ward

Angus Mackinnon Ward

Angus McKinnon is a 15-bedded mixed sex ward; however, patients will be allocated a single room or a double room with the same sex on arrival

 

Coxen Adolescent Unit

Coxen Adolescent Unit

Coxen Adolescent Unit is a 29 bedded ward caring for children and teenagers up to the age of 18

 

Duke of Gloucester Ward

Duke of Gloucester Ward

Duke of Gloucester is a 24 bedded ward with 11 male and 11 female beds, and one male and one female side room

 

Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre

Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre

The Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre is a 22 bedded unit specialising in pain management programmes, hypermobility syndrome, chronic regional pain syndrome, shoulder and peripheral nerve rehabilitation

 

Margaret Harte Ward

Margaret Harte Ward

This is a female ward, nightingale design with 16 beds including one side room. When recovering from surgery or having investigations performed you will want care, rest and comfort

 

Short Stay Unit

Jackson Burrows Ward

The Short Stay Unit comprises of two wards: Jackson Burrows Ward and The Coleman Unit. The Nursing Teams work as one Unit

 

Spinal Cord Injury Centre (SCIC)

Spinal Cord Injury Centre

The London Spinal Cord Injury Centre (LSCIC) specialises in the acute management, rehabilitation and reintegration of patients with a spinal cord injury acquired through traumatic or non-traumatic mode of injury

 

Ward 4

Ward 4

Ward 4 specialises in elective spinal surgery but is also equipped to care for patients recovering from other orthopaedic surgery. The ward is divided into 10 male beds and 9 female beds

 
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