London NTS

a dedicated service providing a specialist transfer team to attend infants requiring transport between the neonatal units within London

London NTS

a dedicated service providing a specialist transfer team to attend infants requiring transport between the neonatal units within London

Parents and Carers

Parents and carers are at the heart of neonatal care, find out more about what happens on transport and how you can be supported.

Health Professionals

Referral information, clinical guidelines, research, job opportunities and more.

About NTS

Find out more about NTS, our history, and meet the team of professionals.

Support us

Charity support is vital for our work, find out about past projects and how you could get involved.

Latest news from London NTS

  • Would You Like to Join Our Team?

    We will be recruiting very soon for additional nursing and medical staff for the London Neonatal Transfer Service. Could you see yourself as part of the busiest neonatal transfer service in the United Kingdom?
    In 2015 we transferred over 1700 babies […]

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  • STAN Course – January 2019

    Due to high demand, our new STAN course (Stabilisation and Transfer of the Acutely unwell Neonate) sold out within two weeks. We have opened bookings for a second weekend, 26-27th January 2019. Book now online at Neonatal Skills
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  • STAN Neonatal Transport Course

    We are very pleased to announce the introduction of our new STAN course – Stabilisation and Transfer of the Acutely unwell Neonate. This is a new course for consultants, senior trainees and fellows, and senior nurses to develop or refresh […]

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  • We need knitters!

    Some time ago, we asked for some help with knitting some little friends to accompany our babies on their travels. Lots of you asked for the pattern, but we are now running a little low on supplies, so need more […]

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  • Doctors Induction and Simulation

    This week we were very pleased to welcome five new doctors who will be working with the team for the next six months. Before going out on the road, those new to the team follow an induction programme to learn […]

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  • Rotational Post for NTS / PICU / NICU – would you like to join our team?

    We are very excited to announce a newly developed 18 month rotational Senior Clinical Fellow post with six months each in paediatric intensive care, neonatology and neonatal transport.
    The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel provides one of the largest acute paediatric services and […]

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  • 2016-2017 Abridged Annual Report

    Our 2016-2017 Abridged Annual Report is now available for download from our website. Annual Report
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  • NTS at Northcote Road Christmas Market

    London NTS was proud to support Ickle Pickles at Northcote Road Christmas Market and helped raise £1548 towards Ickle Pickle appeals supporting neonatal units across the UK. We had a brilliant time showing people round one of our ambulances and explaining […]

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  • Would you like to join us?

    We are looking for experienced senior neonatal registrars to join our team.
    Working for the busiest dedicated neonatal transfer team in the UK, you will gain a wealth of transport experience. In addition, we have designed a structured management training programme to […]

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  • Ickle Pickle Charity Donation

    One of the Appeals the Ickle Pickles charity was running for 2016 was to help the London Neonatal Service buy 3 new Globetrotter Transport Incubators for our 3 Ambulances. At £10,445 per Incubator & a total of £31,355 this was a big appeal.
    Following […]

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  • Free NETS course on Wednesday 17th February

    We have a limited number of spaces left on the very popular NETS course on Wednesday 17th of February, at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel. The course is free to London based neonatal nurses, doctors and allied health professionals.          
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