Patients & Visitors
Coming to RNOH Stanmore
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has two outpatient departments. One is located at Stanmore, Middlesex. Please report to the reception desk. The receptionist will check you in, update your personal information and direct you to x-ray if required.
In this section, you will find useful information about each ward at RNOH including visiting times, meal times and the facilities on each ward.
Advice and support
The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) offer confidential advice, support and information on health-related matters. They provide a point of contact for patients, their families and their carers.
Patient information guides
A range of patient Information Guides for Adults, Children and Young People, including guides to admission and guides for patients awaiting or post surgery.
Coming to RNOH Bolsover Street
The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital has two outpatient departments: one located at Bolsover Street, central London. Bolsover St does not provide parking facilities. The nearest tube stations are Great Portland St station Warren St. and Regents Park
When you arrive, please go straight to reception unless otherwise instructed. There are two WCs on this floor, one of which is accessible and contains a baby changing facility.
At the RNOH we pride ourselves on being a responsive organisation; as well as being told when we do things well, we also need to know when things don’t go so well. You can help us by letting us know about a problem as soon as it happens.
This page explains why personal information about you is collected at the RNOH, the ways in which such information could be used, and your rights under the Data Protection Act 1998.
Share your story
We want to hear from you, our patients and families – past and present, about your experiences at the RNOH. We’re looking for stories about what went well, or what didn’t go well so that we can understand where and how we need to make improvements.
Staff Recognition Awards
RNOH has the goal of becoming the best place to work in the NHS. We committed to this aspirational aim because we know that hospitals with the happiest staff have the best patient outcomes.