Find out what it's like to work at Evelina London
Hear from staff about their day to day roles, their passions and how they try to make a difference for our patients and their families every day.
Ashira Simmons, clinical nurse specialist
Learn why Ashira is passionate about helping children and young people to manage their asthma.
Elsa Moro, antenatal and newborn screening coordinator.
Elsa Moro tells us about her experience as a midwife and sonographer, and her current role coordinating six national screening programmes for pregnant women and birthing people and newborns within Guy’s and St Thomas’.
Gráinne Walsh, advanced nurse practitioner
Gráinne shares her passions and proudest moments as part of our kidney transplant team.
Shirin, play specialist
Shirin is a senior health play specialist at Evelina London and works within the paediatric accident and emergency department. Find out more about the importance of therapeutic play.
Sujeev, consultant in paediatric cardiology
Sujeev is a consultant in paediatric cardiology at Evelina London Children’s Hospital, running cardiac clinics for children with cancer. He is proud to have established the UK’s only paediatric cardio-oncology service in the UK that offers regular, all day consultant-led clinics specifically for paediatric cardio-oncology patients.
Monica, midwife and project manager
Monica has been a midwife for 16 years. Learn about her role as a project manager for the South East London Local Maternity and Neonatal System.
Ellie, senior staff nurse
Ellie discusses her role as a senior staff nurse on Beach ward and talks about her scholarship to work on a project for the new children’s day surgery unit.
Cath Renwick, consultant nurse
Cath is a consultant nurse in children's arrhythmia and inherited cardiovascular conditions. Read about what makes her feel proud and what she thinks about working for the NHS.
Cherese Reid and Morenike Folorunsho, clinical practice facilitators for student midwives
Learn what they do and why they’re so passionate about supporting the next generation of midwives.
Nathalie Roche, specialist midwife
Nathalie is a specialist midwife in perinatal mental health at St Thomas’. Find out why it is so important to provide mental health support to pregnant women and birthing people
Federico Tabios, matron
Federico is a matron for infection prevention and control at Evelina London. Find out why he loves his role.
Ming Lim, paediatric neurologist
Ming shares his career journey which has lead to heading up the research and development team at Evelina London.
Ekaete George, senior clinical educator and practice development lead
Ekaete describes her interesting career journey.
Taiwo Muibi, clinical lead nurse for universal services (health visiting and school nursing)
Find out why Taiwo is so passionate about our community health services.
Trupti Bhandari, physiotherapist
Trupti explains why she is so happy to be an allied health professional (AHP) and why Evelina London feels like her 'forever home'.
Pamela Nwoko, admissions team
Pamela explains why she loves her administrative role in the ear, nose and throat (ENT) team at Evelina London.
Cavette Castillo, head of nursing
Cavette describes her inspirational career journey and why she loves developing her team.
Sue Pruden, play service manager
Sue explains why we take having fun very seriously at Evelina London. She leads our play team who support children and young people who are visiting or using our services.
Professor Baba Inusa, consultant
Baba tells us about his inspirational career, including his research into sickle cell disease, an inherited disorder that causes people to have unusually shaped red blood cells.
Andrea Swan, matron
Andrea explains why she loves her role as matron for Sky cardiology, Snow Leopard and respiratory services.
Raymund Pula, practice development nurse
Learn why Raymund enjoys his role within the operating theatres and recovery room at Evelina London
Nicki Crowley, doctor
Find out about Nicki Crowley's special fellowship in our neonatal unit and why she is so excited about Family Integrated Care (FICare).
Ellen Samuel, matron
Ellen tells us about why she is still excited about working for Evelina London after 30 years. Read about how our new children's day surgery centre will improve our hospital for our patients and their families.
Shadae-Marie Brown, children’s nurse
Shadae talks about inspiring positive change by celebrating and supporting our black staff and patients. Read about Shadae's passion for providing safe and effective patient care for all.
Patrice Alexander, patient safety and quality manager
Patrice says that, for her, Evelina London is like one big family. Read about Patrice's years as a renal nurse and learn about how her career has progressed since her student days.
Nicole Boga, lead medical secretary
Nicole has won multiple awards for her work as a medical secretary at Evelina London. Find out more about Nicole's role and learn about why the cook-off she organises twice a year makes her so proud.