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£06,165,916

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The RNOH Charity

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust (RNOH) is among the top three centres in the world for the treatment of many complex orthopaedic conditions, including acute spinal injuries, bone cancer, and congenital limb deformities. As a national and international centre of excellence, we treat over 120,000 patients annually, from all over the world. More than 30% of the hospital’s work is for children, who undergo surgical procedures ranging from spinal correction to the lifesaving removal of cancerous tumours.

 The RNOH Charity is a vital partner in the way the RNOH delivers care. Since its inception in 1997 it has received and administered millions of pounds’ worth of donations, which have funded improvements to hospital facilities, supported pioneering research, and assisted in numerous other essential projects. 

While the RNOH Charity still works to enhance patient care, its primary focus until 2018 is to promote and process contributions towards the RNOH’s Redevelopment Appeal. Please click here for more information about the Appeal.

 

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Latest News

The RNOH Charity launches the UK's first ever healthcare crowdfunding platform

The RNOH Charity launches the UK's first ever healthcare crowdfunding platform

5th September 2016

The RNOH Charity is very proud to announce that it has created the first bespoke NHS Charity crowdfunding website, to fund brilliant new ideas to improve patient care.

London-Irish Appeal reaches nearly a quarter of a million in one evening

London-Irish Appeal reaches nearly a quarter of a million in one evening

7th July 2016

We are very excited to announce the successful launch of a new appeal. The London Irish Ward Appeal, sponsored by the Kelly Group, will form part of the Charity’s Redevelopment Appeal.

 

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Make it Possible film!

We are excited to share with you our Make it Possible film, with voiceover by actor and former patient Orlando Bloom. 

Watch it now