Latest news from Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust
The Outstanding Staff Celebration and Rewards were presented on Tuesday 13 September in the Spice of Life Restaurant at Barnet Hospital. The winners and highly-commended entries of each category received their trophies and certificates from Irish-Iranian, surgeon-loving, staff-hugging comedian Patrick Monahan, the latest in a line of well-loved entertainers (previous...
Hot off the heels of winning ITV1's "Show Me The Funny", hilarious Irish-Iranian comedian Patrick Monahan is to present the OSCaRs at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals’ Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 13 September.
A Junior Sister based at Chase Farm Hospital’s Bramley Ward has retired after a nursing career that saw her care for local patients for over a third of a century.
Clara Douglas, a staff nurse in the Medical Day Unit at Chase Farm Hospital, has retired after serving the local community for a quarter of a century.
The Trust Board at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust have agreed to over £2 million worth of investment to upgrade the Paediatric Assessment Units (PAU) at Barnet Hospital and Chase Farm Hospital.
Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust runs one of the largest maternity units in London. We delivered almost 7,000 babies last year and as a Trust we aim to provide a high standard of maternity care to meet women's individual needs.
We currently have a vacancy for a Non Executive Director who will chair the Audit Committee as part of their role.
The NHS is 63 on Wednesday 6 July.
Last month Graham Martin, Managing Director of Orchard Recruitment in Enfield, undertook a gruelling 300 mile London to Paris bike ride in aid of the da Vinci Robot fundraising appeal.
Staff from across the Trust enjoyed an exciting game of cricket at the first ever NHS Cricket Demonstration Day last week. Staff played on a team led by Mike Gatting OBE against a British Telecom team led by Tony Chanmugan, Non Executive Director. The team from BT won by a...
Hospital Radio Barnet, the in-house broadcasting service to the patients and staff of Barnet Hospital, is celebrating National Volunteers Week by holding a recruitment drive.
The da Vinci Robot appeal received a boost recently thanks to a generous donation of £25,000 from The Garfield Weston Foundation.
International Day of the Midwife Thursday 5 May
Dementia is one of the greatest challenges facing society today. There are over half a million people in the UK suffering from Dementia and the number is rising. It is predicted that this number will reach over 1 million within the next 30 years.
In collaboration with London Borough of Enfield, the Nightingale Community Hospice Trust and Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust, you are invited you to put your pyjamas on and join the inaugural Enfield Night Hike (Girls only night out) on 10 June.
Barnet Hospitals own radio station, Hospital Radio Barnet marked the start of National Hospital Radio week this week by interviewing ex-member and Gold Radio DJ Dean Martin live on air. Dean started his broadcasting career at the hospital radio station in Wellhouse Lane, Barnet
Almost a million smokers in the UK kick the habit on No Smoking Day every year which this year is on Wednesday 9 March 2011.
Walk the Walk, the UK's leading grant making breast cancer charity, has granted two Orbis Paxman scalp cooling machines to Barnet Hospital. The machines can help prevent or reduce hair loss in some patients undergoing certain types of chemotherapy treatment.
Mark Easton has been appointed as the Chief Executive of Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust.
“During my three days stay, I didn't meet one unfriendly employee. Everyone was so experienced, nice and helpful, which made the experience of giving birth less stressful.”
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