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NHS Breast Screening: Training Centres

There are designated training centres in England which provide specialist training for staff working in breast screening. The training centres work closely with quality assurance directors and with breast screening units to meet the training needs of staff working in the breast screening programme.


South East London National Breast Screening Training Centre
King's College Hospital,
Denmark Hill,
London SE5 9RS
Tel: 020 7346 3870


The Jarvis Breast Centre Education and Training Centre

Yasmeen Malik, Education Manager

The Jarvis Breast Centre

Education and Training Dept

60 Stoughton Road

Guliford GU1 1LJ




Telephone number: 01483402629



St George's National Creast Education Centre

The Rose Centre

St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Perimeter Road

London SW17 0QT


Head of Education & Clinical Training – Claire Borrelli and can add my email address for contact:

Tel: 0208 725 1534


Nottingham International Breast Education Centre
City Hospital,
Hucknall Road,
Nottingham NG5 1PB
Tel: 0115 969 1169 ext 59030 or 59031           

Manchester Breast Screening Training Unit
Nightingale Centre and Genesis Prevention Centre,
Wythenshawe Hospital,
Southmoor Road,
Manchester M23 9LT
Tel: 0161 291 4468


University of Salford

Allerton Building

Frederick Road


M6 6PU


University of Leeds

Division of Biomedical Imaging

Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular & Metabolic Medicine

School of Medicine

Worsley Building

University of Leeds



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