Why work for us?

Why be part of our Royal Surrey family?

We offer the experience of working in a friendly Trust bringing together acute hospital and community care. We're investing in developing our colleagues, offering the chance to be involved in research and innovation and enhancing our benefits package.

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Our vision and values

Our story

We have a clear strategy and a plan for how we will get there. We have turned our goals into ‘True North’ objectives – ambitious destinations that act as a compass and guide us on our improvement journey.

Find out more about our goals and objectives here.

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Latest News

Read the latest news, features and stories from all our hospitals

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Team delivers first UK guidelines for pancreatic problem treatment

Mary Phillips, a specialist dietitian, has led the delivery of the UK’s first set of guidelines for managing one of the distressing symptoms of pancreatic disease....

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Royal Surrey joins study investigating if beta blockers reduce serious bleeds from fatal liver disease

Royal Surrey has joined a £2.3million study to improve treatment for cirrhosis, life-threatening scarring of the liver that around 60,000 people live with in the UK....

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Royal Surrey becomes one of just nine centres of excellence for brain tumour treatment

St Luke’s Cancer Centre at Royal Surrey is one of just nine neuro-centres in the country to become a centre of excellence for brain tumour treatment and research. The Tessa Jowell Brain Cancer M...

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Covid-19 guidance at our hospitals will continue beyond 19 July

Covid-19 restrictions will end in many settings in England from Monday. However, NHS leaders have confirmed that restrictions will remain in place for patients, visitors and staff in healthcare set...