Work For Us

Our staff all contribute to ensuring the best outcome for our patients. We are always looking to add to our teams. If you are interested in being a part of our inclusive culture and want to make a real difference then please see below for our current opportunities.

We offer the following benefits to our staff:

  • 25 days annual leave in addition to eight bank holidays
  • NHS pension scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • NHS discount scheme
  • Eye care vouchers
  • Comprehensive training and induction programme 
  • Access to e-learning to support you with mandatory training.

Founded in 1994 out of a local GP cooperative, London Central & West (LCW) has evolved into one of London's largest and most successful providers of Integrated Urgent Care services (incorporating 111 and GP OOH) covering a resident population of around 3.5 million. We are a certified Social Enterprise/Community Benefit Society which means that all our funds are spent solely on delivering and improving services to patients.  

LCW is a consistently high performer in all aspects of service delivery as well as other patient safety initiatives and compliance with best practice and statutory regulation. We pride ourselves on the ability to innovate and collaborate - we were the first London provider to go live with a 24/7 Integrated Urgent Care service and have supported many NHS England and local technology and workforce pilots within the development of Integrated Urgent Care.

Clinical Vacancies

If you really want to make a difference and are interested in joining part of our patient focused team, please view our current vacancies below.

Non-Clinical Vacancies

We have a variety of non-clinical vacancies which include working in several patient-facing services such as 111. If you are interested in becoming part of our inclusive team, view our current vacancies on the NHS jobs website.

Training and Development

All our staff receive a comprehensive induction programme which includes a corporate and role specific induction. We provide our staff with in-depth training materials, as well as the most relevant course content for their roles; recently we have successfully applied a blended learning approach to our training programme for 111 call advisors.

In addition to the above training we offer training to all our GPs, this includes:

  • Yearly safeguarding updates 
  • Yearly Basic Life Support updates
  • Monthly Peer Support Groups to discuss cases and learning points
  • Regular webinars for updates.

This is regularly reviewed in quarterly supervisor meetings to develop the year's education plan.