We're making good progress on our A&E redevelopment. Help us help you by keeping A&E for life-threatening emergencies only.
Dozens of children at North Middlesex University Hospital were left star struck yesterday afternoon (Wednesday 28 November) as members of Millfield Theatre’s Beauty and the Beast cast paid a visit to the hospital’s Rainbow ward in the run up to Christmas.
A new outpatient clinic at North Mid provides dedicated space for diabetes, endocrine and nephrology patients to get their care and treatment.
Clinic moves from Monday 26 November help create space for A&E redevelopment, and offer dedicated space for diabetes, endocrine and renal care.
If your visit to NorthMid's A&E isn't absolutely essential, please choose a different option.
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust and Healthwatch Enfield are pleased to announce a new initiative to help improve the experience of disabled patients who visit the hospital.
Open2All is an innovative project that seeks to improve access for disabled patients and the way in which staff respond to their needs.
Our planned re-development of A&E is now underway. We are trying hard to keep disruption to a minimum, and maintain ‘business as usual’, but please bear in mind that there may be some impact on services.
If your visit to North Mid’s A&E is not absolutely essential, please use an alternative option.
Patients and parents have praised new extended opening hours of the children’s phlebotomy service that have been introduced by the paediatric team at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust.
Dr Andy Heeps will take up role of chief operating officer on 3 December 2018.