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Kathryn Hornby

Chief Nursing Officer BSc (Hons), MSc, RN.

Kathryn's background

Kathryn has been a Nurse for over 20 years. She started her career as a critical care nurse working in Sheffield and Sydney and then moved into cancer nursing working at The Christie in Manchester after which she became a Lead Cancer Nurse. Most of Kathryn’s career has been with the NHS and over the last 10 years in senior nursing positions. She joined London Bridge Hospital in April 2017 as Deputy Chief Nursing Officer and became Chief Nursing Officer in March 2018.

 

Kathryn is passionate about high quality patient care and experience, and the nursing profession.

 

‘Our nurses have the time to care; not only to provide deep clinical knowledge and nursing care, but to treat each person as an individual – including their family and loved ones. We obsess over every detail, from the simple things in life, to lifesaving clinical expertise. We have over 300 nurses who are trained and mentored to provide exceptional treatment. Patients come into our care at often the most difficult times in their lives, and it’s a privilege to get to know them and their families and help them in every way we can towards recovery.’

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