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Mayor invests £4m to embed more youth workers in hospitals

Monday, October 14, 2019
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has today announced record investment to increase the number of youth workers in hospitals across the city and help steer young people away from violence, including at North Mid. 

North Mid to welcome Sarah Hayes as new chief nurse

Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Sarah Hayes will take up the role of chief nurse at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust from 18 December 2019. This follows the retirement of Deborah Wheeler, the current director of nursing, later this year. Sarah joins the Trust from Epsom and St Helier University Hospital NHS Trust, where she is deputy chief nurse. She is also interim chief nurse for the integrated care partnerships in Sutton and Surrey Downs.

New Chair for North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

Thursday, October 3, 2019
NHS England and Improvement (London) has announced the appointment of Cedi Frederick as the new Chair of the Trust Board at the North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust. Cedi Frederick will be replacing Dr Peter Carter who has been the Trust’s interim Chair since February 2019.

State-of-the-art cancer treatment comes to North Mid

State-of-the-art cancer treatment comes to North Mid

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Hundreds of cancer patients in Enfield and Haringey are set to benefit from state-of-the-art cancer care thanks to new radiotherapy equipment now installed at North Middlesex University Hospital.

The Truebeam linear accelerator (LINAC) machine is an advanced radiotherapy treatment delivery system that targets tumours anywhere in the body with pinpoint accuracy with X-rays, and is up to four times faster than conventional radiotherapy equipment.

The £3 million investment in the technology and building work will allow our radiotherapy team to capture a tumour in motion, which has not been possible before. This allows the team to locate tumours better and improve the definition of the treatment areas they want to target.

The team at North Mid were joined by Eastenders and Strictly Come Dancing star Davood Ghadami, whose family member recently had treatment at the hospital, and local councillors from Enfield and Haringey at a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially mark the installation of the machine, the third major upgrade in the last five years.  

Maria Kane, Chief Executive of North Middlesex University Hospital, said: “It’s wonderful to be able to celebrate this addition to our oncology department. The LINAC machine marks a step change in our cancer care and will help us deliver outstanding treatment care for local people.”

Justine Mooney, head of radiotherapy at North Middlesex University Hospital, said: “This is a fantastic milestone in our efforts to improve cancer outcomes for patients in our local community. We see over 1200 patients each year and they will now be able to benefit from our state-of-the-art equipment. It will allow us to treat patients sooner and with greater precision, helping to make the treatment experience better.”