CNWL has a strong reputation for educational excellence in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical programmes.

Our trainers, trainees, medical education team and faculty development programmes have been recognised nationally and locally through a number of awards.

Dynamic and pro-active team with transparent management and leadership

- Palliative Care Trainee

Range of opportunities

CNWL has grown and diversified in recent years and provides a wide range of health services covering physical and mental health. Services are mostly provided in the community – through clinics or in people’s homes – and we also have a number of specialist inpatient centres. Our services also span a wide geographical area and diverse population, covering a third of London, Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire and prison health services across the South East of England. Services are commissioned locally and nationally. The diversity of our health services means greater multi-specialty learning and sharing of good practice.

Developing workforce

CNWL is known for its commitment to developing staff and the investment in learning and nurturing skills. We want a workforce that is modern, highly skilled and very capable, that can continue to deliver high quality care across an integrated healthcare system.


We want to train the healthcare leaders of the future and we promote innovation within our services. Our staff and medical trainees are encouraged to develop ideas that can improve services. Our Innovations Scheme provides funding to pilot new and exciting healthcare solutions.