The Whittington Hospital
Whittington Health is an outstanding provider of integrated acute and community health care to local people with services across Islington, Haringay and at The Whittington Hospital. Medical services have been delivered on the site of the Whittington Hospital in Archway since 1473, but the current hospital has its origins in the Small Pox and Vaccination Hospital built in 1848. The hospital is named after Richard "Dick" Whittington.
At the Whittington Hospital teaching opportunities include:
- Twilight Clinical Teaching
Any of the opportunities available on central sites including
- Supervising PALS SSC projects
- Post-exam week shadowing for year 1 students
- UCL Surgical Society activities
- Mock OSCE facilitation
If you are interested in any of the opportunities available at the Whittington Hospital please contact the relevant programme lead. If you have more general questions about teaching at the Whittington Site, please contact site lead Dr Caroline Fertleman.