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Barnet, Waltham Forest and beyond.

 

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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 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

Plus:

  • 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’s new Macmillan Cancer Information and Support centre opens with help from Spurs

Thursday, September 25, 2014
A new service to support cancer patients, their families and carers was officially opened  today (25 September) at North Middlesex University Hospital by Tottenham Hotspur’s Ambassador, Ledley King. 

Hospital welcomes CQC report and will use it to help improve services

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Thursday, 21 August 2014, 0530 GMT

The North Middlesex University Hospital “requires improvement” but is close to being categorised as “good”, according to the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the national health watchdog.  

Join the 6th annual chief nursing officer's black and minority ethnic conference

Friday, July 18, 2014

North Middlesex University Hospital is hosting this year's black and minority ethnic conference for nurses, midwives and care staff, together with Middlesex University.  

All nurses, midwives and allied health professionals are welcome to join the celebratory event at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club on 10 October 2014.

The free, one day conference is to share the successes of BME NHS staff and promote progression to leadership roles in the NHS.

Key speakers include: Jane Cummings, chief nursing officer for NHS England, and Lord Victor Adebowale, CBE.

The day starts at 8.30am and includes an evening champagne reception.  

To book, go to www.eventbrite.co.uk

For more information and a poster about the event, contact Sue Naidoo on 020 8887 2708 or at snaidoo@nhs.net

 

Our foundation trust consultation

  • On 27 May we began a 12 week public consultation on our plans to become a foundation trust
  • The consultation ran to 19 August and is now closed
  • We will be publishing the results shortly  
  • Click here to find out more about our proposals or go to our dedicated consultation website at www.NorthMidHaveYourSay.co.uk 

 

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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 888703055
Click here find out more on 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, Stroke Unit, Critical Care and Pediatrics. If you are interested in finding out more about a career in one of these specialties at North Middlesex University Hospital, please register your interest for our open day here . For more information about the open day click here.