Our locations

We provide community health services to more than two million people across eleven London boroughs and Hertfordshire

Every day, our professionals provide high-quality healthcare in people’s homes and local clinics, helping them to stay well, manage their own health with the right support and avoid unnecessary trips to, or long stays in hospital.

We support our patients at every stage of their lives, providing health visiting for newborn babies through to community nursing, stroke rehabilitation and palliative care for people towards the end of their lives.

Our vision is to provide great care closer to home

Where we work:

  • Ealing
  • Hertfordshire
  • Harrow
  • Barnet
  • Brent
  • Hounslow
  • Richmond
  • Wandsworth
  • Merton
  • Hammersmith & Fulham
  • Westminster
  • Kensington & Chelsea

About Hertfordshire

As a place to live and work, Hertfordshire has something for everyone. It benefits from proximity to London and international travel links, and consistently ranks very highly in polls on the best places to live and raise a family in the UK.

Herts has beautiful historical towns, nestled amongst rolling countryside and nature parks. It has luxury and village style houses and apartments, over 100 schools ranked as ‘outstanding’ and is popular for a wide range of outdoor sports.  

Bank staff working in Herts also benefit from a 5% ‘fringe’ supplement.

About London

London is a fantastic  city to live and work in. Although the areas we support are geographically diverse, each borough has its own distinct divisional team and community. Overall, London’s healthcare system is very progressive and there are numerous exciting opportunities to develop your career path.

Under the NHS Agenda for Change, work across all our locations and sites qualifies for the High Cost Area Supplement (HCAS) which means that you could earn up to 15% more than working in non-HCAS areas, and claim back your travel expenses.

Check out our video about Darren Jones, Divisional Director of Nursing and Therapies and his nursing journey to London:

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