On Saturday 19 November 2016, Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) held a space-themed listening event where patients and parents shared their ideas and experiences of the hospital. They told staff what they thought GOSH should focus on in the future to make sure GOSH is always out of this world!
Every year our Membership and Engagement Committee are involved in collating our annual Membership Report. This report outlines our membership activity for the past year and looks at our membership figures and how our members have been involved in the Trust. Read our report:
Our Members' Council bring a wealth of professional and life experience to their roles. Committed to adding real value to Trust decision-making, councillors are engaged in a wide range of activities. These vary from sitting on committees and focus groups to attending training and development sessions outside the Trust.
Great Ormond Street Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s (GOSH) Members’ Council has been very active since it was elected in late 2011. Here, Ian Lush, Lead Councillor and Public Councillor for North London from 2012-2015 tells us about some of the Members' Council achievements in the time he was a councillor.
Robert Burns former Director of Planning and Information at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) tells us what the hospital did to improve waiting times, which was one of the key issues raised at the Foundation Trust’s membership consultation in March 2015.
A membership survey was undertaken in March 2013 . It was sent to all active Foundation Trust members with a view to providing insight into how best to develop an effective, and engaging communications plan.