Schoen makes it three in a row


Members of the Schoen Clinic Newbridge with the Hospital of the Year Award.

Schoen Clinic Newbridge proudly picked up the award for the 2021 Hospital of the Year at the annual LaingBuisson Awards.

The group’s latest accolade follows taking the 2019 Hospital of The Year award for Schoen Clinic’s orthopaedic and spinal hospital in London and Private Hospital Group of the year in 2020.

Awards this year were the biggest ever with finalists chosen from 490 nominations.

The Hospital of the Year award honours ‘excellence in the provision of acute or mental health services with a focus on innovation and differentiation as a result of an individual hospital initiative or investment’.

UK managing director Andy Davey said: ‘To win an award three years in a row is truly outstanding for our group and Schoen Clinic Newbridge deserve this recognition for the amazing work they do helping children and young people with eating disorders. 

‘They are heavily involved in clinical research and consistently strive for the best possible clinical outcome for the patients they care for.’ 

Hospital director Natalie Maley said: ‘I’m so proud that we’ve been recognised for excelling in our field and, for this, we have our colleagues to thank. 

‘Their dedication and enthusiasm for our patients, to each other and to our hospital – is what stands us apart. It is a privilege to work with such an engaged and committed group of colleagues.’

Schoen Clinic UK currently comprises four facilities: 

 Schoen Clinic Orthopaedic and Spinal Hospital London; 

 Schoen Clinic Day Centre for Mental Health Chelsea, treating anxiety, mood and eating disorders; 

 Schoen Clinic Newbridge, treating children and young people with eating disorders;

 Schoen Clinic York, treating adults with eating disorders.

The group says it aims to find ‘the very best consultants and medical colleagues’ and observes ‘a relentless focus on clinical outcome excellence’.