- 1 What is the nearest station to Royal Free Hospital?
- 2 Why is it called the Royal Free Hospital?
- 3 What trust is the Royal Free Hospital?
- 4 How far is it from Hampstead Heath station to the Royal Free Hospital?
- 5 What does the Royal Free Hospital specializes in?
- 6 Is the Royal Free Hospital in the congestion charge zone?
- 7 What are the trust values?
- 8 Who developed the Royal Free Trust values?
- 9 What does an NHS trust do?
- 10 What is integrated governance in the NHS?
- 11 What line is Hampstead Heath station on?
- 12 Where can I park at Royal Free Hospital?
- 13 How do you get to Barnet Hospital?
What is the nearest station to 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.
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.
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 far is it from Hampstead Heath station to the Royal Free Hospital?
Train stations near Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead
|Hampstead Heath||4 min walk|
What does the Royal Free Hospital specializes 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.
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.
What are the trust values?
There are six values in the NHS Constitution, and by living these values we can ensure the best possible care for patients:
- Working together for patients.
- Respect and dignity.
- Commitment to quality of care.
- Improving lives.
- Everyone counts.
Who developed the Royal Free Trust values?
World class care values Prior to the acquisition the Royal Free London had embedded values and behaviours which were developed by staff and patients. Engagement with staff across the enlarged organisation confirmed that these continued to be relevant and meaningful to patients and staff in the new trust.
What does an NHS trust do?
An NHS Trust is an ORGANISATION. NHS Trusts may act as Health Care Providers and provide hospital services, community services and/or other aspects of PATIENT care, such as PATIENT transport facilities. They may also act as commissioners when sub-contracting PATIENT care SERVICES to other providers of health care.
What is integrated governance in the NHS?
Integrated Governance provides an inclusive approach to the everyday functions within Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust. and processes to facilitate good governance, contribute to better organisational performance and provide safe, effective services for patients.
What line is Hampstead Heath station on?
Hampstead Heath railway station is in the London Borough of Camden in north London on the North London Line, between Finchley Road & Frognal and Gospel Oak stations, and is in Travelcard Zone 2.
Where can I park at Royal Free Hospital?
Two new car parks (car parks 2 and 3) are now open for patients and visitors at Chase Farm Hospital. They are located next to the existing multi-storey car park. Pay and display machines are available in each. Patients and visitors can pay for their parking at any of the machines.
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.