St George’s Hospital will be holding a special half-day seminar for Armed Forces leavers, veterans, serving personnel and spousal community considering their next move.

The event, taking place on Monday 11 March, will give Service leavers the chance to discover more about the opportunities and working life in one of London’s biggest and busiest acute hospitals – St George’s in Tooting, home of ’24 Hours in A&E’.

St George’s is a Forces Friendly employer, committed to Partnering with Defence. In February 2018, the Trust became signatories to the Armed Forces Covenant.

The Trust recognises the transferable skills, knowledge and experience of this talent pool – service leavers’ skills, knowledge and experience are highly valued and highly relevant across the fast-moving, large-scale, operational environments of NHS Trusts.

Find out why the culture, pace, variety, and frequent new challenges may suit you. Gain an insight into various roles, and tips on making the move, including:

  • Project management in the NHS – introductory CPD session on the principles and typical work programmes
  • Making the step – former Service personnel who work at St George’s share their experiences
  • Securing a new role – advice and ideas on getting into the NHS, types of job available, tips on applying, opportunities at St George’s now
  • Powering the clinicians – around 40% of our 9,000+ staff aren’t doctors, nurses or other health professionals. Discover the vast range of other jobs, and varied skills and experience needed for one of London’s biggest and busiest acute hospitals to serve thousands of patients every day

Event details

Monday 11 March, 1.30pm – 4.30pm
10 Stone Buildings
Lincolns Inn
Chancery Lane

Sign up now: or email to confirm your place.

Queries and more information: Farha Malik at St George’s 0208 725 1619 or