Peter Pan Ward is for children having ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgery.
Peter Pan Ward has 18 beds.
Both children and teenagers stay on Peter Pan Ward, although most are under five years old.
Staff on the ward
Peter Pan Ward is mainly run by our team of nurses, who work closely with the doctors to help you get better.
Other staff who work on the ward include a play
specialist, health care assistants, psychologists, social workers,
admissions staff and administration staff.
The following members of staff will be available to help you during your stay on Peter Pan Ward:
- Tracey Norris, Head of Nursing (Surgery)
- Emma Youngs, Lead Nurse
Conditions we treat
Some of treatments on Peter Pan Ward include:
- ear, nose and throat (ENT) surgery
- maxillofacial (jaw and facial) surgery
- cleft lip and/or palate repair
- plastic surgery
- cochlear implants
- nursing children with tracheotomies
- dental surgery
Facilities for children and young people
Peter Pan Ward has a playroom with lots of toys, games and crafts.
There is a play specialist who organises activities and can help you get ready for any procedures you may have in hospital.
You can also use the Centre on the ground floor
of the Southwood Building, which has an outdoor area and a dedicated
room (the Den) for teenagers.
If you are well enough, you can have lessons at the hospital school, which is on the ground floor of the Southwood Building, next to the Centre.
If you are not well enough to go to school, teachers can also come to Peter Pan Ward and give you lessons at the bedside.
Last reviewed by Great Ormond Street Hospital: 25 November 2010