Healthcare professionals

The Royal Marsden offers a range of resources to healthcare professionals, including how to refer, details of our education programmes, plus our professional development opportunities.

Referrals to The Royal Marsden

The Royal Marsden accepts NHS referrals from both GPs and other hospitals within London and the South East for the diagnosis and treatment of common and rare cancers. Patients are seen at either our Sutton or Chelsea sites, or at the Sir William Rous Unit at The Kingston Hospital. We also accept referrals for Private Care.

Join our world-class team

We offer a stimulating and dynamic working environment, a wide range of staff benefits and learning and development opportunities. We employ over 3,900 staff in a diverse range of careers including nursing, medical, science, radiography, pharmacy, occupational therapy, finance and administrative services.

We provide an excellent range of professional development activities, such as training events and academic courses, work shadowing programmes and professional and formal management development training.

If you are interested in working with us, please take the time to view our current vacancies and apply online for any opportunities you are interested in.

Our GP Education Series

Our GP Education Series is a programme of free quarterly events and online learning tools, covering aspects of cancer diagnosis, treatment and care relevant to you as a GP.

Register now for our next GP education day, or sign up to receive our quarterly GP Oncology Update featuring practical information about early diagnosis, treatment and follow up care of cancers.

The Royal Marsden School

The Royal Marsden School is the UK’s leading specialist cancer school, providing education, qualifications and training for all those working in healthcare. Courses are delivered by highly qualified teaching staff who work closely with renowned clinical specialists from The Royal Marsden and other hospitals.

Whether you are looking for a general introduction to cancer and palliative care, or a specialist course to support practice, the School delivers a programme of learning that meets all development needs.

For students who want to take their studies further, undergraduate and post-graduate programmes are available.