The Nightingale Fellowship is a registered charity for the sole benefit of its members. The membership comprises nurses and midwives who studied at the Nightingale Training School at St Thomas’ Hospital, in London, founded by Florence Nightingale in 1860. Other members comprise graduates from the successor training schools. Members in need can apply for support from the substantial Benevolent Fund. Members also enjoy fellowship with former colleagues at organised events in London, across the UK and worldwide.
NEW MANAGEMENT NOTIFICATION
Following the AGM RingCentral conference call at 2.00 p.m. on Saturday 15th May, we will shortly be making some alterations on this website to reflect the new changes in Management after the retirement of the President, Gill Prager, and the announcement of her successor, Dr Christine Taylor, as the incoming President.
There will also be further alterations and additions of the new Trustees and other items of interest, as usual, on the News & Events page.
The Nightingale Fellowship Chapel Service
You are invited to share the 93rd Nightingale Fellowship Chapel Service filmed at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London and available for you to view here. There is a further direct link on the News and Events page, together with the Order of Service to enable you to follow the Service while you watch the visual recording. Please note this Service includes the World Premier of The Nightingale Grace music composition written and performed by Jonathan Watts with choral singers from Cambridge.