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Minimum age to work Barnet general hospital: Age limit is 16 years or older.
Working Time: Varies depending on the position.
Available Positions: Staff Nurse, Charge Nurse, Research Nurse, Chemotherapy, Oncology, Intensive Care Unit, Plastic Surgery, Site Management, Management, Palliative Care, Elderly Care.
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About Barnet General Hospital
Barnet Hospital is a hospital in Barnet, north London, run by the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust as part of the National Health Service.
Barnet Hospital was completely rebuilt between 1999 and 2002 through a PFI project. It was reopened by HRH The Princess Royal in February 2003.
The hospital has 445 beds. It operates a full range of acute medical services including internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology, orthopaedics, anaesthetics, haematology, stroke medicine, dermatology, paediatrics, genito-urinary medicine as well as some smaller other services. It has a busy 24-hour Accident and Emergency department, and a modern intensive care unit.
The psychiatric unit based at the Barnet Hospital site has recently undergone renovation, and has been relocated there from Edgware Community Hospital. It is under the auspices of a separate NHS trust.
The hospital has good links with other local hospitals, and often has medical students from University College London Medical School and University of Hertfordshire.
Since July, the hospital has been part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust along with Chase Farm Hospital.
It was the hospital that Alexander Litvinenko was first taken to when he was fatally poisoned with polonium 210 in November 2006, before his condition deteriorated further and he was transferred.