Every member of staff makes a difference

West London is one of the most diverse and vibrant areas of the capital and our staff reflect the diverse communities we serve. 

Whether working on our wards or in the community, as a manager or in our corporate services, every member of staff makes a difference.

We’re one team.  We are West London.

  • We’re always looking for talented nurses who want to develop their career. Join a team of over 1000 qualified nurses working in different roles across the organisation.

  • Spanning a wide range of specialties, allied health professionals deliver support and care to assess, diagnose and discharge patients in teams across the Trust.

  • We want to attract and retain the best doctors and trainee doctors and offer rewarding and varied career paths.

  • Our staff are fundamental to what we do. Our sense of community and pride in our work stems from the difference which every member of our staff makes. We’re many people, but one team.

  • Lindsay McCafferty, work experience and widening participation lead at the Trust, talks about her 16-year career in the NHS, starting as a receptionist to leading a project that helps young people with special educational needs find work, including work at the Trust.

  • Adam Cramp has recently completed his nursing degree apprenticeship at the Trust. He was voted Apprentice of Year in the Our Health Heroes Awards in 2018.

  • Dr Roopak Khara, general adult psychiatrist at West London NHS Trust, is one of 12 faces of the NHS in a national campaign featuring portraits by renowned photographer, Rankin. Roopak was part of the team that set up the first ward in the country to care for Covid-19 patients with acute mental illness at Hammersmith and Fulham Mental Health Unit.

  • Neil Ragoobar is the service director and clinical lead for men’s medium secure services at Three Bridges unit on the St Bernard’s Hospital site, part of the West London Forensic Services team.

  • Balraj Basra is a domestic supervisor, working in the men’s medium secure unit on the St Bernard’s Hospital site. In February 2020, Balraj won the leadership category in the Unsung Hero Awards.

  • Megan Heaphy works in Occupational Therapy (OT) at Broadmoor Hospital. She’s among the first in the country to study an OT apprenticeship degree, and is using her skills at Broadmoor Hospital as part of her course. Learn more about her role at the Trust.

  • We have a strong focus on recognising and rewarding what our staff do – with monthly recognition of the employee and team of the month and our annual Quality Awards. Read more about these.

  • Ben talks about his journey through his preceptorship and becoming an Occupational Therapist at Broadmoor Hospital.