The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) located in London, England. With 400 nursing staff caring for almost 200 short and long term patients, the RHN is the leading provider of medical services to people with severe disability due to neurological impairment.
The hospital has a history of visionary supporters and administrators including founder Andrew Reed, Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, and many of the Royal family, including Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the current patron.
These visionaries support the hospital’s passionate mission ‘to direct every effort and apply all resources to bring maximum benefit to patients and their families’.
In 2015, improving the hospitals’ internal communications process became part of that vision.