A hospital in Stanmore has been shortlisted for the inaugural National Orthopaedic Alliance (NOA) Excellence in Orthopaedics Awards.
The awards recognise NOA member organisations, projects and teams that have distinguished themselves through exemplary contributions, influence, and commitment to transforming services across orthopaedics.
Four projects at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) have been shortlisted.
This includes a Staff Wellbeing Initiative project, with RNOH lauded for implementing the use of body cameras to support and protect colleagues and patients.
RNOH has also been shortlisted for three Digital Innovation in Orthopaedics projects.
A spokesperson for RNOH said: “The pandemic created unprecedented challenges and the awards are an opportunity to not only celebrate achievement despite these challenges, but to share best practice and promote continued collaboration in orthopaedics nationwide.”
The winners will be announced on October 19.