Medical Students

Medical Students

Guy’s and St Thomas’ is one of the biggest and most historical teaching hospitals. The Trust contributes to the Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) programme of the King’s College London School of Medicine: each year we have around 500 students on placement in the Trust for whom we constantly provide high quality education which is essential in training tomorrow’s doctors.



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Why be a student at Guy’s and St Thomas’?


Guy’s and St Thomas’ is among the UK’s busiest and most successful NHS foundation trusts providing learning opportunties in our new state-of-the-art Cancer Centre to accessing patients in our Critical Care departrment with their consultant-led ECMO retrieval service.

With an anaesthesia department with special expertise in high-risk obstetric anaesthesia and difficult airway management and a Vascular department which is the hub of the South East Vascular Network (SEVN); your placement at GSTT will provide exposure to some of the most advanced and specialist treatments in the country, enhancing your learning experience.


Social Life at Guy’s and St Thomas’

Being a student in Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust doesn’t only mean high quality education.

As a student, you can enjoy the following benefits of belonging to the Trust:

  • Staff gym and pool
  • Staff discounts (available with Trust ID)
  • Restaurants on site
  • Museums (Florence Nightingale Museum at St Thomas’ Hospital and Gordon Museum at Guy’s Hospital)
  • Thomas Guy Club (sports and social club)


Meet the Undergraduate Team

Director of Undergraduate Medical Education in GSTT: Dr Rosalinde Tilley

Deputy Director of undergraduate Medical Education in GSTT: Dr Eui-Sik Suh

Undergraduate Medical Education Administration team: Rachel Mitchel, Hannah Webb, Simraj Asif


Elective Students

Further information regarding elective placement is available on the following link: Elective Placement in Clinical Medicine (


Other contacts:

Medical Education