We’re growing – our new services for local people
These are exciting times at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust – we’re growing.
We’ve already built a new hospital. Now we’re spending a further £80m as part of NHS modernisation plans to develop top quality local health services.
We’re recruiting 450 additional doctors and nurses to deliver the new services which include:
- a new women’s and children’s centre led by midwives
- new birthing pools and labour ward
- a new neonatal unit
- a new stroke unit
- new medical and surgical wards
- a refurbished cancer ward
- more accident and emergency services
With over £200m invested in the trust in the last five years, after November 2013, 80% of our services will be based in buildings that are less than three years old – a great environment for patients and staff.
We’ve got dedicated staff, award winning midwives, nationally recognised specialist services in haematology and HIV, and some of the best equipment in the NHS, like our new £2.8m radiotherapy linear accelerator.
Over half our staff live in Enfield, Haringey and Barnet. We’re proud of our trust and proud of the high quality services we provide to the community we serve.
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