The North Middlesex University Hospital is a major District General Hospital sited in the London Borough of Enfield. The Hospital primarily serves the community of Enfield, Haringey, Barnet and Waltham Forest which comprises a large, varied and highly dependent population of 1,000,000 people. Each year nearly 40,000 inpatients are treated and 150,000 patients are seen in the Accident and Emergency Unit, which is now one of North London’s busiest.
The Hospital receives Medical Students from University College London Medical School as well as Medical Students from St George’s University Medical School in Grenada, West Indies.
The Trust currently provides the following range of acute services:
•24 Hour Accident and Emergency and a comprehensive range of diagnostic and outpatient department services
•Emergency medicine and elderly medicine;
•Emergency and elective surgical specialties;
•Intensive care, high dependency care and coronary care;
•Maternity and Obstetrics
•Specialist services (including Oncology, Gynaecology, Haematology, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, Renal and Cardiology)
•Children’s Services: Paediatric inpatients and outpatients, paediatric A&E and neonatal
Other high quality services provided by the North Middlesex University hospital include:
•A dedicated 24/7 A&E for children
•8 operating theatres for both planned day surgery and emergency surgery
•A diagnostics centre incorporating a £1.2 million 3-tesla MRI, 2 new CT scanners, 4 ultrasound units and a mammography unit
•A spacious outpatients department
•A critical care unit, with single rooms available
•Four inpatient wards
•A new Women’s and Children’s Centre and four additional adult inpatient wards
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