Patients & Visitors

Information about the hospital for patients and visitors, that proudly serves the boroughs of Enfield, Haringey, Barnet, Waltham Forest and surrounding areas.


Information for our primary care colleagues to support the care pathways for their patients.

Our Services

The Trust currently provides the following range of acute services including 24 Hour Accident and Emergency and a comprehensive range of diagnostic and outpatient department services,Emergency medicine and elderly medicine and many more services...

Your local hospital has been transformed


These are exciting times at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.

We’ve modernised and grown with over £200m of investment in our buildings and services over the last five years.

It’s the biggest change in our recent history. We have:

  • 450 more doctors, nurses, midwives and health specialists (2,800 staff in total)
  • a brand new maternity unit led by our award-winning midwives – see our new pictures and video.
  • a new neonatal unit and labour ward
  • new medical and surgical wards
  • a new stroke unit
  • a refurbished cancer ward
  • more accident and emergency services – we’re one of the largest in London


  • better, safer care every day of the week that meets the key NHS London quality standards
  • nationally recognised specialist services in haematology and HIV
  • state-of-the-art equipment including our new £2.8m radiotherapy linear accelerator, our super powerful 3-tesla MRI scanner, two CT scanners, 18 ultrasound units and new mammography and fluoroscopy units.

It’s all part of NHS changes to develop top quality services for the community we’re proud to serve in Enfield, Haringey and beyond.


Latest News

Hospital responds to health watchdog's questions

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

North Middlesex University Hospital has responded to questions raised by Haringey and Enfield Healthwatch about its methodology for measuring mortality rates and palliative care.

Staff launch Arts in Atrium with live musical performances

Thursday, March 27, 2014

North Middlesex University Hospital has today (Thursday 27 March) launched a live performance spot in the heart of the hospital to entertain patients, visitors and staff.   

Patient urges men to get prostate check as hospital launches community clinic

Tuesday, March 18, 2014
A cancer patient at North Middlesex University Hospital is urging men to get a health check during Prostate Cancer Awareness month, saying: “It could save your life. It probably saved mine.”

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Our brand new maternity unit

It’s one of the best in the NHS. Take a look at our new pictures. Join our head of midwifery Fiona Laird as she takes you on a tour of the £21million unit. It is a fantastic facility.  Click for more information about the new maternity unit.

Our hospital - story so far

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust has a long and proud history. In 2010 we celebrated our centenary and since then we have grown – and we will keep on growing as we look to a successful future working with our partners and our local community.Click here  to know more about the hospital - so far.

Royal visit

As RCM patron, the Princess Royal helps to raise the profile of midwifery in the UK. At North Middlesex University Hospital, she had the opportunity to meet many of the maternity unit’s midwives, nurses, doctors and maternity support workers of the new Maternity unit. 
Click here to know more about Princess visit to Northmid