One Hatfield News


5 star rating from the Food Standards Agency

We are pleased to announce Saif Khalid, Head Chef here at One Hatfield, continues to maintain our extremely high standard of food hygiene, receiving the maximum 5 star rating following an unannounced inspection from the Food Standards Agency earlier this month.   Meals at One Hatfield are all delicious and nutritious and freshly prepared on…


One Hatfield Winter Newsletter 2019/20

The One Hatfield Winter Newsletter 2019/20 is now available to download. Packed full of the latest hospital news, treatments available, upcoming free 10 minute consultations and much more, you can download the full version here.  


Ask the Consultant – What is The UroLift® System?

The UroLift System is a new treatment option for patients with an enlarged prostate, a very common condition in men over the age of about 50. We asked Mr Aza Mohammed, Consultant Urological Surgeon at One Hatfield Hospital, to tell us more. What is an enlarged prostate?  An enlarged prostate is a very common condition for…


What is Psoriasis? with Consultant Dermatologist, Dr Tee Wei Siah

  Psoriasis is more than just a skin condition, and it can affect people physically and psychologically. Although there is no cure for psoriasis, with the right treatment and advice it can be managed.  We asked Dr Tee Wei Siah, Consultant Dermatologist at One Hatfield Hospital, to tell us more about this condition.    What is…


Breast Reconstruction with Mr Hyder Ridha

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a worldwide annual campaign involving thousands of organisations, to highlight the importance of breast awareness, education and research. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK.  It is estimated that around a quarter of the women diagnosed with breast cancer each year in England undergo a mastectomy.  Of…


World Menopause Day 2019

To mark World Menopause Day 2019 we spoke to Miss Neela Mukhopadhaya, Consultant in Gynaecology here at One Hatfield Hospital. In this film Miss Mukhopadhaya explains why understanding the menopause and receiving specialist care is so important. She talks through signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options:   If you have any concerns Miss Neela Mukhopadhaya is…


What is Sports Massage? And how can it help me?

by Rosie Dixon, Sports Massage Therapist I often hear there is nothing better than the feeling of relief after an intense sports massage! Commonly associated with Elite athletes as an unmissable part of their physical conditioning regime, to improve performance and boost recovery, sports massage Is a deep and effective way to reduce tension in the muscles and…


Ask the Consultant – What is a Hip Replacement?

Every year around 100,000 people undergo hip replacement surgery in the UK. The procedure is generally very successful and modern hip replacements are increasingly durable, with 90% of new hips expected to be functioning beyond 10 years and 80% for 20 years. We asked Mr Nicholas De Roeck, Consultant Orthopaedic Lower Limb Surgeon at One…


Balance Awareness

by Ms Joanna C Stephens, Consultant Ear, Nose & Throat Surgeon Balance problems are very common and affect many people at some point in their lives. Whilst a balance problem is happening, it can be very distressing and worrying, but do not despair – many of these conditions are treatable and will subside in time….


What is Myogenes Hereditary Cancer Testing?

  Myogenes Genetic Testing for Hereditary Cancer is a simple saliva swab test that gives patients a comprehensive overview of their individual risk of developing 25 of the most common inherited cancers.   What does the hereditary cancer genetic swab test for?   The test assesses the risk of the following inherited cancers: Blood Central…