Accountability is an integral part of Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust's commitment to providing world-class healthcare. We are using the greater freedoms we've have since becoming a foundation trust to provide the best possible services for our patients and the local community.
Monitoring our medical services: annual reports
We produce an annual report which describes how we are achieving our mission to provide world-class clinical expertise and improvements in our services.
Healthcare in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey
The Barnet, Enfield and Haringey clinical strategy made a number of changes to services in order to improve healthcare for people in Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.
Ensuring our NHS services meet national outcomes: CQC inspection
As a CQC-registered provider, the Royal Free is required to demonstrate compliance with outcomes across all our medical services.
Equality and diversity: for our staff and in our medical services
The Royal Free has a long-standing commitment to ensuring that our healthcare services and employment practices are fair, accessible and appropriate for all the patients, visitors and carers we serve, as well as the talented and diverse workforce we employ.
Monitoring healthcare quality and patient safety: quality accounts
Quality of healthcare and patient safety are our highest priorities. Our quality accounts monitor our priorities for improvement and the quality of our healthcare services.
Safeguarding children and the protection of vulnerable adults: our commitment
The Royal Free is committed to the safety of children and adults. We aim to provide the safest possible patient care, alongside quality NHS services at our three hospitals in London.
Committed to delivering same-sex accommodation: our hospitals
Every patient has the right to receive high quality healthcare that is safe, effective and respects his or her privacy and dignity. Our commitment to this is reflected in our vision: world-class expertise, local care.
We are compliant with the government’s requirement to eliminate mixed-sex hospital wards and rooms, except when it is in patients' overall best interests, or reflects their personal choice.
Healthcare management and our commitment to value for money
As part of the government's drive for transparency around public spending, the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust publishes details of all expenditure greater than £25,000. This information appears monthly on our website. Read our reports on hospital spending.