Stanmore Rotation

The RNOH Stanmore training rotation is arguably the largest in the UK, training up to 50 registrars at all grades across up to 14 different NHS trusts.

There is a range of different types of hospitals within the rotation including one of the busiest major trauma centres in the UK (Royal London Hospital) and the UK’s leading bone tumour unit (RNOH).

Training Programme Director:

Professor Tim Briggs CBE

Training Programme Coordinator:

Rachel Godfrey

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Training Rotation is one of the UK’s most prestigious orthopaedic registrar training rotations. It is one of four training rotations in the North Central and East London Deanery of Health Education England.

The orthopaedic training programme at the RNOH Stanmore has over 40 Trainees. It is one of the finest training rotations in the country for trauma & orthopaedics, as trainees spend 18 months at the UK’s largest tertiary orthopaedic centre, RNOH Stanmore and one of the busiest major trauma centres at the Royal London Hospital. This provides trainees with a unique insight into the whole breadth of trauma & orthopaedics during their training. The rotation has a long history of being able to place trainees in consultant posts throughout the country.

Education and research are also high priority and trainees are expected to participate. Many trainees undertake MDs & PhDs.

Trainees enjoy the rotation and there is a high success rate in the FRCS (Orth) exam.