North London Partners in health and care

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We are recruiting six local people to be part of the review process looking at options for the future of planned bone and joint surgery.

To participate, contact us on:

Over the past year, we have been talking to residents about how planned joint and bone surgery for adults, (such as hip and knee replacements) could be improved.  To date, a number of local residents have acted as representatives in our governance structures.  Additional representatives have also attended clinical design workshops to ensure that patients are at the centre of how services work in the future.

We’ve worked with doctors, nurses and other hospital staff involved in this kind of care to set out the detail of how it should work.   We are now ready to plan for the future and over the summer, local hospitals will work together to describe how they could deliver the kind of service we have set out.  This will result in the hospitals providing a number of options for review.

We are recruiting six local people to be part of the review process looking at the options for the future.

This is an exciting opportunity to be part of shaping an important health service that makes a difference to thousands of people each year.  Full training will be given to anyone taking part.  

  • We will run a training session for panel members in the first half of July 2019.
  • The panel will meet to review options on 17 July 2019 (full day commitment)

You will need to be available on both of these dates.   

Contact us to register your interest

If you are interested in being  on the panel, please contact us at:, stating your name and contact information (phone number and email) and we will contact you for a further discussion about what is involved.  We anticipate receiving more enquiries than we have places, so not all applicants will be successful.   If you don’t have access to a computer you can phone us on, 07825 949148.

You can download our information pack for additional information and some background to the review.