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Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital – new pathology service goes live

1 August 2017

In July the new pathology service at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and Bolsover Street went live and is now managed by South West London Pathology.

Jennifer Owen, Director of Operations, said: “There was lots of preparation for the go live of this service I’m glad that it was a very successful transition. During the first week there were, of course, a number of issues that needed to be resolved but generally they were minor. Thank you for everyone’s hard work and involvement in this project”.

Over the next few weeks the project management phase will close down and the service will move into business as usual phase.

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