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BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital is located on the outskirts of Croydon, within easy reach of all major road and rail networks.

By road - outside London

From the M25, exit at junction 6. Take the first exit left, at the roundabout onto the A22 heading towards Caterham. On the A22, continue to a roundabout and take the third exit right, onto Hillbury Road.

Continue briefly on Hillbury Road and take the left hand fork onto Tithepit Shaw Lane.

Continue to the end and turn left onto Limpsfield Road (B269).

Continue for approximately one mile to a roundabout and take third exit, right, onto the Addington Road heading towards Selsdon.

Continue through the traffic lights, at which point the road name changes to Selsdon Park Road (A2022), continue for about two miles to a roundabout.

At the roundabout take the first exit onto Gravel Hill (A212). Just before you reach the top of the hill, bear right onto A215 onto Shirley Hills Road.

Proceed to roundabout and continue straight over (keep in middle lane).

Proceed to roundabout and continue straight over onto Shirley Road.

Take second turning on right into Primrose Lane.

Continue for approximately half a mile and take left turn into Poppy Lane.

By road - from London

Follow the A232 heading towards West Wickham. From the Wickham Road take the second turning on the left Shirley Oaks Road, and continue for approximately half a mile, turning into Poppy Lane on your right.

By train

East Croydon Station and Bromley South Station are both situated in close proximity, and taxis are available from outside both stations.

By bus

From East or West Croydon Bus Station the 367 bus stops approximately 5 minutes away from the hospital (Poppy Lane) on foot. From East Croydon BR Station, bus numbers 119, 466, 198, 130 can be taken, although a 20 minute walk to the hospital is required.

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BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital Croydon Surrey

BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital has 47 beds, an endoscopy suite, a fully equipped physiotherapy department, four theatres and a high dependency unit.

We also treat NHS funded patients, and patients who wish to pay for their own treatment. To see which treatments are available for NHS funded patients, please look at the NHS Patients page.

Here is a list of some of the treatments available at BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital:

Private Orthopaedic Treatment in Surrey

  • Arthroscopy for wrist, elbow and shoulder
  • Rotator cuff repair
  • Trigger finger treatment
  • Arthroscopy for ankle and knee
  • ACL reconstruction surgery
  • Physiotherapy
  • Spinal surgery

Diagnostics & Imaging Treatments in Surrey

  • CT Scanning
  • MRI Scan
  • Ultrasound
  • X-ray

Private Oncology Treatment in Surrey

  • Bowel Cancer
  • Chemotherapy
  • Hormone Therapy

Cosmetic Surgery Treatment in Surrey

  • Cosmetic Surgery
  • Vascular Surgery

Fertility Treatment in Surrey

  • Donor Insemination (DI)
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
  • Invitro fertilisation & embryo transfer (IVF)

Cardiac Services in Surrey

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG)
  • 24-hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor
  • Coronary angiography
  • Angioplasty
  • Pacemaker Implantation

Breast Screening and Clinics in Surrey

  • Breast screening service
  • Rapid Diagnostic Breast Clinic

BMI Healthcare offer the best quality of care and services. For more information about our hospitals and services please visit the website.


We are delighted that you are interested in a career with Coloma Convent Girls’ School – the UK’s highest-achieving comprehensive Catholic girls’ school.

Coloma is the holder of many national excellence awards and has consistently achieved a record of 'Outstanding' judgements in all its Ofsted and Diocesan full inspection reports. In December last year the school attained World Class School status. We are extremely proud of this, particularly as Coloma is one of just 34 schools in the country to have received this prestigious award.

At Coloma, we have a tradition of combining both high expectations for all our students and a curriculum that is forward-looking and appropriate to the needs of the 21st century. Throughout its history, Coloma has been popular with parents of children of all abilities and there continues to be a huge demand for places.

We are proud of our success as a genuine comprehensive school and of our reputation for providing a challenging secondary education within a happy and caring environment. This is built firmly upon a belief in the importance of establishing a strong partnership between home and school.

We regard our teaching staff as the most important resource we have. We provide continuous opportunities for development for all of our teaching and support staff through collaboration and the sharing of good practice.

Do not be put off applying for a post if you are not a practising Catholic. We welcome applications from colleagues who are supportive of the values of a Catholic School. Many of our staff are members of religious faiths other than Catholic and make an enormous contribution to the well-being of our students.

Thank you for taking the time to consider the vacancy we have and we hope to receive an application.

The very best wishes,

Job vacancy 2016

Jackie Johnson

Acting Headteacher





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