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Information for our patients and visitors from the communities we proudly serve in Enfield, Haringey,
Barnet, Waltham Forest and beyond.

 

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Our Services

We provide a full range of acute services, including 24-hour accident and emergency, elderly, paediatric, cancer, heart, surgical and emergency medicine as well as comprehensive diagnostic and outpatient services. See our full list..

Your local hospital’s transformation continues

We’re continuing to transform services at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust following a decade of change and £200m of investment. 

Over 90% of our clinical services are now delivered from buildings that are new or newly modernised in the last six years. 

We are proud of our services and our hardworking staff team. We have:

  •  over 3,000 staff 
  • brand new maternity unit led by our award-winning midwives – see the pictures and video.
  • a new neonatal unit and labour ward
  • new medical and surgical wards
  • a new stroke unit
  •  a refurbished cancer ward
  •  one of the largest and busiest accident and emergency departments in London. 

Every day we see approximately:

  •  500 patients in A&E
  •  450 inpatients on our wards
  •  50 patients in major or minor surgery
  •  970 outpatients
  •  200 women in maternity 
  •  14 newborn babies.

We also provide specialist services in haematology and HIV.

We have state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment technology including two linear accelerators for image-modulated radiotherapy,  a 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

North Mid's A&E department under exceptional pressure

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

North Middlesex University Hospital's A&E department is under exceptional pressure due to an influx of patients following the recent cold weather. If your condition is not an emergency, please use alternatives to A&E, where possible: local pharmacies, GPs (family doctors), walk-in clinics and NHS 111, the free, telephone advice line for non-emergencies.  

Michael Bates ward closed to admissions due to winter vomiting bug

Friday, December 8, 2017

The hospital's Michael Bates ward is currently closed to new admissions following an outbreak of diarrhoea and vomiting (winter vomiting bug). 

Unless it is essential, visitors are advised not to visit the ward during this time.

Any visitors experiencing any symptoms of diarrhoea and or vomiting should stay away from the hospital until they have been symptom-free for at least  48 hours.

World Aids Day: “Get tested” for HIV, North Mid doctor urges local people

Friday, December 1, 2017

North Middlesex University Hospital's lead doctor for HIV is urging local people to get tested for the virus because a fifth of the estimated 2,000 local people infected in Enfield and Haringey do not know it, research shows.    

If untreated, the virus can destroy the human immune system, cause AIDS and there is a greater chance of infecting others.  

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Having a baby?

  • Visit our new maternity unit and talk to our award-winning midwives
  • Fantastic facilities for mums and dads
  • Birthing pools in midwifery led unit
  • Double beds for partners

Find out more on 020 8887 3055
Click here to find out more about our brand new maternity services.

Our hospital - the story so far

We've transformed our services for local people.Click here to watch this fun animation about our story so far.

Nurse Recruitment Open Day

We currently have a number of specialty nurse vacancies in theatres, A&E, AMU, stroke unit, surgery. critical care, medicine for the elderly, neonates, oncology and paediatrics. For more information about the open day click here.