North Middlesex University Hospital

Telephone: 020 8887 2000
Address: Sterling Way, Sterling Way, London, N18 1QX
Website: http://www.northmid.nhs.uk

3 out of 5 stars

Based on 171 ratings for this hospital

Overview

North Middlesex University Hospital  main entrance access to all departments except A&E

We aim to provide excellent NHS hospital services for the communities we serve in Enfield, Haringey and beyond. We have a brand new maternity unit opened by HRH Princess Anne in February 2014, new children’s, medical, surgical and stroke services and a specialist HIV unit. Our A&E department expanded in December 2013 and is one of the busiest and most modern in London. We have first class diagnostic and imaging services and a state-of-the-art TrueBeam linear accelerator for radiotherapy. We see and treat about 2000 people every day. Most of our 2800 staff live locally. We strive to create a welcoming, caring and friendly environment.  

 

 

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North Middlesex University Hospital

Tel: 020 8887 2000   Fax: 020 8887 4219

Address: Sterling Way, Sterling Way, London, N18 1QX

Website: http://www.northmid.nhs.uk

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Quality of service at North Middlesex University Hospital

This hospital is managed by North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust

Care Quality Commission inspection ratings

Requires Improvement
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% of registered nurse day hours filled as planned (Hospital)

87% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met
Ward level breakdown

% of Unregistered care staff day hours filled as planned (Hospital)

77% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met
Ward level breakdown

% of registered nurse night hours filled as planned (Hospital)

92% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met
Ward level breakdown

% of Unregistered care staff night hours filled as planned (Hospital)

92% of planned level - This shows how well the ward's staffing requirements are being met
Ward level breakdown

% of patients who have been hurt in a fall in the last 3 days

1.88% - Based on a monthly spot check survey of patients on the ward

% of patients being treated for a bed sore (pressure ulcer)

5.86% - Based on a monthly spot check survey of patients on the ward

Friends and Family Test: Inpatient

51%Patients recommend this hospital. 854 responses.

Friends and Family Test score: A&E

55%Patients recommend this hospital. 1319 responses.

Friends and Family Test score: Maternity

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Care

67%staff recommend this hospital for care. 541 responses

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Work

60%60%% staff recommend this hospital as a place to work. 541 responses

Some services at this hospital are provided by other trusts. See the full list of departments for more information.

Latest reviews of this hospital

making appointment

recently rather than sending out specific appointments the North Mid have been sending out letter asking you to call to make an appointme...

26 March 2015

Do not go to north middlesex hospital

For those reading this, do yourself a favour and avoid at all costs this hospital. Rude nurses , doctors looking on google to give yourse...

26 March 2015

Full of homeless people

I came A&E today 26th March 2015 at around 12.30am was sitting here for 5 hours till morning, felt very uncomfortable because A&E...

26 March 2015

End of life care of our mother was disgusting on AMU ward

In our opinion the standard of care for patients in a vegetated state is appalling. Our mother was admitted to AMU ward and had family a...

22 March 2015

Sunrise ward/neonatal unit

I have heard so many bad reviews about north mids maternity unit and neonatal unit, my waters broke at 25 weeks and the staff at the mate...

21 March 2015

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Last updated on 23 February 2015.

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