- 1 What trust is the Royal Free Hospital?
- 2 How do I get to the Royal Free Hospital?
- 3 How do you get to Barnet Hospital?
- 4 What are the Royal Free Trust values?
- 5 What does the Royal Free Specialise in?
- 6 Who developed the world class care values Royal Free?
- 7 Is the Royal Free Hospital in the congestion charge zone?
- 8 Why is it called the Royal Free Hospital?
- 9 How do you pay for parking at Barnet Hospital?
- 10 How old is Barnet Hospital?
- 11 How many beds does Barnet hospital have?
- 12 What zone is Royal Free Hospital?
What trust is the Royal Free Hospital?
The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust is a high-performing trust with some of the best clinical outcomes in the country. Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital and their associated services are part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
How do I get to the Royal Free Hospital?
The nearest station to the Royal Free Hospital is Belsize Park station, on the Northern Line. The walk from Belsize Park station to the Royal Free Hospital takes seven minutes.
How do you get to Barnet Hospital?
Coming to Barnet Hospital by tube The nearest tube station to Barnet Hospital is High Barnet Tube Station. From there, it is a 30-minute walk to the hospital, or a 10-minute bus ride, using routes 263, 107 or 307 from the tube station. High Barnet tube station is on the northern line.
What are the Royal Free Trust values?
Our commitment to patients. At each of our London hospitals, we ensure that we are welcoming, respectful, reassuring and communicative. Our values were chosen by our patients and staff and underpin all we do.
What does the Royal Free Specialise in?
The Royal Free Hospital is part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust group offering a wide range of acute medical services including paediatrics, dermatology, gynaecology and orthopaedics as well as robotic-assisted surgery and ground-breaking transplantation research.
Who developed the world class care values Royal Free?
Clinicians and managers have been working together, pre-and post-acquisition, to carefully plan how best to run services as a single organisation. This is the biggest development in the history of the Royal Free London for 40 years. In 2012 the Royal Free London developed its world – class care values.
Is the Royal Free Hospital in the congestion charge zone?
The Royal Free is in Hampstead, North London. This is outside of the central zone requiring the congestion charge.
Why is it called the Royal Free Hospital?
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust The Royal Free Hospital was founded in 1828 to provide free healthcare to those who could not afford medical treatment. The title ‘Royal’ was granted by Queen Victoria in 1837 in recognition of the hospital’s work with cholera patients.
How do you pay for parking at Barnet Hospital?
You can purchase your parking time from any machine by cash or card, or you can pay by phone with code 84254 on 033 0400 7275. You can also text REG and your number plate to 65565 or pay online at www.paybyphone.co.uk. Parking at Barnet Hospital is charged at the following rates: £2 for up to 1 hour.
How old is Barnet Hospital?
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How many beds does Barnet hospital have?
Barnet Hospital was completed in 2002 and opened in February 2003. The 459 -bed hospital was built under the Government’s Private Finance Initiative (PFI).
What zone is Royal Free Hospital?
Our day unit is located in Zone O on the first floor of the hospital.