The ROH is proud to be a founder member of the National Orthopaedic Alliance (NOA), an organisation that brings together orthopaedic providers to share best practice and address shared challenges in orthopaedics. You can find out more about the NOA here.
We also work with a range of other organisations. Below is a selection of those we are currently or have recently collaborated with. Click on the logos below to find out more about some of the hospitals, universities and companies we worked with.
The ROH has a range of specialist research and innovation services and capabilities to support any orthopaedic research programme. We have included some reasons to consider working with us below.
World leading clinical specialists with a track record in delivering high quality research on time and target.
Our multi-disciplinary research team combine medical, nursing, physiotherapy, pharmacy, laboratory, administration and management staff who are employed specifically to carry out research and have no other routine service commitments; research is what we do.
Our licensed and ethically approved Research Tissue Bank which is set up to collect, store and provide human tissue for research projects.
A new, purpose-built Regenerative Medicine Research Laboratory for pre-clinical development of future cell-based clinical innovations.
Specialist orthopaedic pathology services with capabilities ranging from simple sample processing and storage to histopathological diagnostic processes including FSH XX and XX.
Dedicated research clinic and access to the physiotherapy gym to undertake all outpatient or day-case patient activities in accordance with protocol requirements.
Trust-wide electronic patient screening toolsto aid the identification of suitable participants
A range of specialist clinical support services across the Trust including, radiology (CT/MRI/US), pharmacy, physiotherapy.
Established agreements with external clinical support servicesincluding microbiology, cardiology.