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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.

North Mid to invest £12 million to revolutionise clinical systems

North Mid to invest £12 million to revolutionise clinical systems

North Mid to invest £12 million to revolutionise clinical systems

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust is investing £12 million over the next three years to revolutionise clinical systems to enable improved patient care.

Part of this investment comes from NHS Digital, who has awarded £5 million to North Mid as part of the Global Digital Exemplar progamme, while the other £7 million will be funded by the Trust. North Mid is working in partnership with the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust as its “fast follower” to share its experience of being a digitally advanced Trust. 

The investment will allow the Trust to:

  • Improve staff access to clinical information so they can make the right decisions and deliver safer and more effective care,
  • use technology to improve patient experience so that can better manage their own health and interact with us through video consultations,
  • provide better data so that we can use it to improve quality, efficiency and patient outcomes, and
  • improve the way clinical systems across north Central London talk to each other so that clinicians can better manage patient care.

To help deliver this programme of work, North Mid will be working in collaboration with System C Healthcare and JAC Computer Services.

Maria Kane, Chief Executive of North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust, said: “With a rising demand for our services, we need to think differently about how we deliver patient care. This investment will help us make the best use of digital technology so that we can improve the way we work and transform our services so that they better meet the needs of our local community.”