About the hospital

North Middlesex University Hospital is one of London’s busiest hospitals, providing acute care and community services for the 350,000 people living in Enfield, Haringey and beyond. 

Every day, on average, we see 500 patients in A&E; 15 babies are born in our maternity unit; about 450 inpatients are cared for on our wards; about 50 patients have major or minor surgery in one of our 10 operating theatres; and about 800 people attend our outpatients clinics. 

Most of our patients live in Enfield and Haringey - about half in each borough. One in eight are children under the age of 16. Over 40% are aged 16 to 50 and a similar number are over 50. 

We provide a full range of adult, elderly and children's services across medical and surgical disciplines. Our specialist services include stroke, HIV/AIDS, cardiology (including heart failure care), haematology, diabetes, sleep studies, fertility and orthopaedics. Our sickle cell and thalassaemia department is nationally recognised as a leading centre for these diseases.

In addition to the full range of cancer diagnosis and treatment services, the Helen Rollason Cancer Support Centre is based on site and provides services to support cancer patients' wellbeing, such as massage. This is one of only two such centres in London.

Our Macmillan Cancer Support service provides information, help and advice for cancer patients, their families and carers, for example on medication, finances and local support services.