Saint Mary’s Centre has been providing sexual assault services to women, men and children since 1986. More than 20,000 people have attended the Centre and accessed the range of services available from its highly skilled multi-disciplinary team.

The first SARC to be established in the UK, Saint Mary’s Centre is the busiest in the country.

It is the Centre’s breadth of knowledge and experience that attracts professionals working in the field of sexual assault and abuse to learn more about how we deliver our services.

Much of national and international work is about sharing good practice and helping to ensure rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse victims receive the highest quality services.


Since it was established Saint Mary’s SARC has delivered training and awareness raising sessions to:

Sierra LeoneSL
Sierra LeoneSL
NigeriaN
NigeriaN
MalaysiaM
MalaysiaM
JordanJ
JordanJ
PalestineP
PalestineP
MoldovaM
MoldovaM
CambodiaC
CambodiaC
AustraliaA
AustraliaA
FranceF
FranceF
IrelandI
IrelandI
MaltaM
MaltaM
JapanJ
JapanJ
Trinidad and TobagoTT
Trinidad and TobagoTT
PakistanP
PakistanP
Hong KongHK
Hong KongHK
EgyptE
EgyptE
  • Sierra Leone
  • Nigeria
  • Malaysia
  • Jordan
  • Palestine
  • Moldova
  • Cambodia
  • Australia
  • France
  • Ireland
  • Malta
  • Japan
  • Trinidad and Tobago
  • Pakistan
  • Hong Kong
  • Egypt

St Mary’s has also hosted clinical attachments to doctors and nurses from the following countries:

Sierra LeoneSL
Sierra LeoneSL
NigeriaN
NigeriaN
MalaysiaM
MalaysiaM
PalestineP
PalestineP
PortugalP
PortugalP
IndiaI
IndiaI
AustraliaA
AustraliaA
NorwayN
NorwayN
IrelandI
IrelandI
JerseyJ
JerseyJ
Turks and Caicos IslandsTCI
Turks and Caicos IslandsTCI
  • Sierra Leone
  • Nigeria
  • Malaysia
  • Palestine
  • Portugal
  • India
  • Australia
  • Norway
  • Ireland
  • Jersey
  • Turks and Caicos Islands

St Mary’s SARC continues to welcome professionals from across the world. If you want to find out more about opportunities contact:

Charlotte Batra, Training and Development Officer: charlotte.batra@cmft.nhs.uk