Our people make a difference
We are passionate about delivering great NHS care and improving the lives of people who live with mental and physical health problems.
Our staff make a difference. Whether working in management, in support services or on the wards, every member of West London NHS Trust staff has a vital part to play.
West London Trust staff are recognised on a national level, through sector-wide awards and news interviews.
Read more below about some of the people on our team:
Dr Roopak Khara is a General Adult Psychiatrist based in Hammersmith & Fulham.
To mark the NHS’s 72nd birthday in July 2020, she was picked to be one of 12 healthcare professionals to have a portrait taken by renowned photographer, Rankin.
Her picture was placed on billboards across the country, including Piccadilly Circus.
Neil Ragoobar works as a Service Director for West London Forensics.
He has been at the Trust for more than 20 years, starting out as a student nurse.
Read his interview with The Sun where he describes joining the NHS after moving from his home country, Trinidad.
Megan Heaphy works in Occupational Therapy (OT), based at Broadmoor Hospital.
She is one of the first in the country to study an OT apprenticeship degree, where she is able to apply her skills at Broadmoor and theory at Coventry University.
She has spoken to the Evening Standard and Daily Mirror about her work.
Adam Cramp won Apprentice of the Year at the Our Health Hero Awards in November 2018.
His journey from being a supermarket worker to a nursing apprentice at Broadmoor caught the attention of the Daily Mirror who interviewed him.
You can read his story on the NHS England website here.
Balraj Basra is a Domestic Supervisor.
In February 2020 won an Unsung Hero Award, which is designed to recognise non-clinical NHS staff.
When you join our team you can be confident that you’ll receive the training you need to progress your career. Find out more about the learning opportunities we offer, from e-learning to continual professional development and our leadership programmes.