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Your career, your future.

Choose the NHS in South West London

Which career path interests you?

Nurses and midwives make up the largest portion of the NHS workforce.

They support and care for our patients throughout their time with us, providing a huge range of services in the clinical setting.


Our admin staff help our services run smoothly and support our clinical teams to do their job.

We have jobs across a huge range of admin roles, such as IT, Reception, Communications, HR, Clinical Support and more.


Our hospitals need around the clock support from our estates and facilities teams.

Estates and facilities staff help us to maintain our buildings, repair our equipment and ensure that services are running as they should.


There are a number of vital services that support our patients' care that are outside of the other four categories.

These can include such services as: labs, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and more.

Our Hospitals



"Croydon Health Services provides integrated NHS services to care for people at home, in schools, and health clinics across the borough as well as at Croydon University Hospital and Purley War Memorial Hospital."


Epsom and St Helier

"With nearly 900,000 people coming to our hospitals for care and treatment every year, our almost 5,000 staff and 500 volunteers work around the clock to keep our busy hospitals running smoothly."

Epsom and St Helier


"We have approximately 350 beds and directly employ around 3,000 staff, with another 300 staff employed by ISS for portering, catering, cleaning and security, or by contractors working on behalf of the Trust. We are located on a single site in Kingston upon Thames, but run a number of outpatient clinics in sites across our catchment area including Raynes Park Health Centre, Surbiton Centre for Health, Queen Mary’s Roehampton and Teddington Memorial Hospital."

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St George's

St George's

St George’s is one of the country’s largest and busiest acute NHS Trusts, serving a diverse population of more than 3.5 million people across south London and beyond.

Our main site, St George’s Hospital in Tooting, is shared with St George’s, University of London, which trains medical students and carries out advanced medical research.  

Whatever role you work in, we are committed to offering excellent learning and development opportunities and to supporting you in your careers.

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