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

ICU and IT teams who won Building Better Healthcare Award
Teams win award for best technology solution in battle against Covid

A smart collaboration between Royal Surrey clinicians and IT experts has won a prestigious Building Better Healthcare Award for the best Covid-19 technology solution after virtual ward rounds were set...

Nicola Arnold and Claire Worthington with Allocate Awards certificate
Allocate Awards recognise Maternity Services’ big push for culture change

Congratulations to Royal Surrey’s Maternity Services and the Learning & Organisational Development (L&OD) teams who achieved highly commended in the Allocate Awards 2021 after entering t...

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Royal Surrey surgeon chosen to join the Healthcare Leadership Academy

A surgeon from Royal Surrey NHS Foundation Trust has been selected to join the Healthcare Leadership Academy (HLA) Scholars programme, which develops healthcare leaders of the future....

Daniel van Gijn author of Head and Neck Anatomy Handbook
Publication heads-up as registrar publishes anatomy handbook

Royal Surrey’s Specialist Registrar in oral and maxillofacial surgery, Daniel van Gijn, has completed the mammoth task of writing and illustrating an Oxford Handbook of Head and Neck Anatomy, du...