Celebrating our incredible Nursing and Care team

The COVID-19 pandemic has proved the courage and commitment of the nursing profession both at the Royal Hospital and across the UK. Here we take a closer look at the incredible impact and dedication of our nursing and care team and how they’ve risen to the challenges they’ve faced in recent months and in years gone by. 

Over the past year, the Royal Hospital’s wonderful team of nurses and carers has gone above and beyond to look after the health, safety and wellbeing of the Chelsea Pensioners. The Royal Hospital has a proud tradition of excellent nursing. Whether it’s the day-to-day care of our veterans or stepping up to the plate in a crisis, our Pensioners can rest assured that the team will do all they can to ensure they receive the best possible care.

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Snowdrops at the Royal Hospital Chelsea
Signs of spring amid the snow

February has seen snow in much of the country, including here at the Royal Hospital. Our Grounds Manager, Ric Glenn, explains the impact of the weather and shares the first signs of spring. 

Governor, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw signing the Armed Forces Covenant
Supporting our soldiers

On Thursday 4, The Royal Hospital was proud to add its name to the growing list of organisations which have signed the Armed Forces Covenant. The signing took place during a virtual ceremony between The Governor, General Sir Adrian Bradshaw KCB OBE DL and the Rt. Hon Johnny Mercer MP, Minister for Defence People and Veterans.


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