Roald Dahl's Marvellous Childrens Charity

Find a Roald Dahl specialist nurse

Providing the best possible healthcare for seriously ill children and young people in the UK.

Find a Roald Dahl Nurse

We are very proud of our Roald Dahl specialist nurses* around the UK.

Scotland – 8 Roald Dahl nurses

  • Aberdeen, Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital - epilepsy 
  • Dundee, Ninewells Hospital - 2 epilepsy nurses
  • Edinburgh, Royal Hospital for Sick Children - epilepsy
  • Glasgow, Royal Hospital for Sick Children - neuropaediatric
  • Inverness, Raigmore Hospital - 2 epilepsy nurses
  • Paisley, Royal Alexandra Hospital - epilepsy 

Wales – 5 Roald Dahl nurses

  • Cardiff, University Hospital of Wales - 2 epilepsy nurses
  • Newport, Royal Gwent Hospital - 3 epilepsy nurses

England – 41 Roald Dahl nurses 

North East (2)

  • Newcastle, Royal Victoria Infirmary - 2 neurology nurses

North West (5)

  • Bolton, Halliwell Children's Centre - epilepsy 
  • Liverpool, Alder Hey Children's Hospital - epilepsy nurses
  • Manchester, Royal Manchester Children's Hospital - bone marrow transplant coordinator
  • Preston, Royal Preston Hospital - 2 epilepsy nurses

Yorkshire and the Humber (2)

  • Bradford, Bradford Royal Infirmary - haematology 
  • Leeds, Leeds General Infirmary - epilepsy 

Midlands (5)

  • Birmingham, Birmingham Women and Children's Hospital - 2 rare diseases nurses (1 of which is a transition nurse)
  • Nottingham, Queen's Medical Centre - epilepsy 
  • Shrewsbury, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital - epilepsy 
  • Sutton-in-Ashfield (Notts), King's Mill Hospital - epilepsy

East (4)

  • Cambridge, Addenbrooke's Hospital - 3 nurses (epilepsy, haematology & neuromuscular)
  • Billericay, Mayflower Community Hospital - epilepsy

 South East (12)

  • Brighton, Royal Sussex County Hospital - 2 acquired brain injury nurses
  • Guildford, The Royal Surrey County Hospital - 2 epilepsy epilepsy 
  • Portsmouth, Queen Alexandra Hospital - epilepsy 
  • Southampton, Southampton General Hospital (Wessex Neurological Centre), acquired brain injury 
  • Southampton, Southampton General Hospital - 2 epilepsy nurses and 1 haemophilia nurse
  • Tadworth, The Children's Trust - acquired brain injury
  • Tring, Rennie Grove Hospice Care - palliative 
  • Chertsey, Ashford and St Peter's Hospital - epilepsy

 London (10) 

  • Boleyn Medical Centre, East Ham - epilepsy 
  • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital - epilepsy
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital - undiagnosed (SWAN - Syndromes Without A Name)
  • King's College Hospital - 2 occupational therapists (neuro-rehabilitation) and 1 haematology transition nurse
  • North Middlesex Hospital (Edmonton) - haematology
  • St Mary's Hospital (Paddington) - haematology
  • The Royal London Hospital - epilepsy
  • The Whittington Hospital - haematology

South West (1)

  • Poole, Poole Hospital - acquired brain injury 

7 new Roald Dahl nurses coming soon at:

  • Belfast, Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children - neurodisability
  • Birmingham, Birmingham Children's Hospital -  rare diseases
  • Dartford, Darent Valley Hospital - epilepsy
  • Oxford, Oxford Children's Hospital - haematology
  • Liverpool, Alder Hey Children's Hospital - epilepsy community nurse
  • London, King's College Hospital/Princess Royal University Hospital - epilepsy
  • London, University College London Hospital - play specialist focusing on rare diseases and complex long-term conditions

*The term 'Roald Dahl specialist nurses' is inclusive of other healthcare professions funded by the charity, which encompass seriously ill children's holistic needs, including psychological needs.

This list is accurate as of 31st March 2017.