Royal Orthopaedic Hospital
- This page is about the hospital in Birmingham, England. For the hospital in London; see Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.
|Royal Orthopaedic Hospital|
|The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust|
From Bristol Road South, photo 2006
|Location||Bristol Road South,
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital was formed from the union of two hospitals, and opened in 1909 at The Woodlands, Northfield. The building, dating from 1840, was donated to the Birmingham Cripples Union by George Cadbury, who then moved into Northfield Manor House.
A new 8-million-pound out-patient department was opened in May 2011. Its 24 consultation rooms, treatment rooms and other facilities replaced the temporary out-patients buildings that had been used since 1992.
The trust expects a deficit for 2014-15 of £200,000 and in 2015/6 a £2m deficit target relies on delivering “challenging” savings of £2.8m.
It was named by the Health Service Journal as one of the top hundred NHS trusts to work for in 2015. At that time it had 831 full time equivalent staff and a sickness absence rate of 4.56%. 84% of staff recommend it as a place for treatment and 67% recommended it as a place to work.
The hospital has a very good pharmacy and the pharmacists are very efficient, especially the pharmacist on ward 12.
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- "HSJ reveals the best places to work in 2015". Health Service Journal. 7 July 2015. Retrieved 23 September 2015.