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Winter partnership working

Thursday, February 20, 2020
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust and voluntary sector organisations boosted their partnership working to support people in Enfield and Haringey this winter.

North Mid calls for knitters to #LoveMyNHS by donating twiddlemuffs for patients living with dementia

Friday, February 14, 2020
To mark #LoveMyNHS day, the dementia team at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust is calling on our local knitting community to donate twiddlemuffs for patients living with dementia.

Creation of North Mid's innovative ‘Magnolia Midwives’ model commended to midwives across UK by nursing and maternity regulator

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

The foundation of a pioneering maternity service at North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust which ensures pregnant women who need mental health support get the joined-up care they need has been cited by the Nursing and Midwifery Council as an example of innovation and professional leadership which all midwives should be striving for.

The ‘Magnolia Midwives’ service, which is the first of its kind in the UK, is a multi-disciplinary model which brings together antenatal care, obstetrics, psychiatry, psychology and social workers, to support women with moderate to severe mental health issues during their pregnancy.

Help to shape the future of planned orthopaedic surgery for adults in north central London

Help to shape the future of planned orthopaedic surgery for adults in north central London

Help to shape the future of planned orthopaedic surgery for adults in north central London

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

The NHS in north central London is proposing changes to how planned orthopaedic surgery is organised across Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington.

Hip and knee replacements are the best-known kinds of planned orthopaedic surgery offered by the NHS, followed by other surgery of hips, knees, shoulders, elbows, feet, ankles and hands.

We know that at the moment, waiting lists are too long, too many operations get cancelled - many on the day - and demand for this kind of surgery is growing. Together, these factors mean we need to change how this surgery happens in our area.

We have drawn up proposals based on views of patients, surgeons, and other stakeholders, and now we want your views on these proposals, which is why we're running a consultation.

If approved, the proposals would result in the creation of two NHS hospitals with dedicated operating theatres and beds, for patients who need to stay overnight after their operation – Chase Farm Hospital and University College London Hospital - plus a choice of NHS hospitals for those needing day surgery, and a choice of NHS hospitals for outpatient appointments.

There would also be improvements to education classes, rehabilitation and support for patients with conditions such as dementia or a learning disability.

We want to know what you think about the plans. You can give your feedback in a number of ways, including the online questionnaire or by coming along to one of the events we will be holding across the north central London area. 

The next event that will be held at North Mid takes place on Friday 28 February between 2-4pm in our lecture theatre. We are committed to meeting the additional needs of people who want to attend our events. Our lecture theatre is accessible to wheelchair users. If you need a hearing loop or other support, please let us know when you book your place. You can also book by calling 020 8887 2509 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm).

Sign up to the event

You can also give us your feedback by phone on 0808 1567192, or by emailing:

You can read the consultation document and summary which explain the proposals in full at