Nurses make up the largest part of our workforce and are vital to the work we do here at our hospitals. 

Part of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Brompton Hospital and Harefield Hospital make up the UK’s largest heart and lung centre, specialising in the treatment of heart and lung disease. 

We have over 800 nurses working at our two main sites; Royal Brompton Hospital in Chelsea, London and Harefield Hospital in Middlesex. At both sites, we care for adults and children with heart and lung conditions and offer a range of clinical services 

Our nursing priorities are: 

Working at our hospitals

When you begin working here, you can choose to focus on adult or paediatric care and develop your specialist knowledge.  

Watch these videos to learn more about the different types of frontline careers available at our hospitals, including in our respiratory, transplant, surgical and theatre areas.   

There is an above average number of nurse specialist roles for those interested in specialising in: 

  • acute and chronic heart and lung disease 
  • critical care 
  • transplantation 

In this section

If you have ever thought about working in nursing, or are already a nurse and want to know more about working at our hospitals, there is a wealth of information in this section. 

Use the links on the right-hand side of the page to find out more, including information about nursing in the different clinical areas across our hospitals, our bespoke rotation programme for Band 5 nurses, and our international recruitment programme for overseas nurse applicants.  

Join our nursing team 

See our current job openings. Please note you will be directed to the Guy’s and St Thomas’ website where you will be able see all the vacancies available across the Trust.