Should Great Ormond Street Hospital for children run more local
services – as well as the specialist services which are its main work?
Should our international work be separated and run by an independent
charity? Which services should Great Ormond Street Hospital expand?
How is the hospital progressing as it seeks to become a Foundation
These are some of the questions that will be discussed at
two public meetings in Camden. Everyone interested in child health is
welcome to attend.
Thursday 25th October, 2pm-3.30pm, Weston House, Great Ormond Street
Tuesday 20th November, 6.30pm-8pm, Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford St
(The Institute backs onto the hospital)
If you intend to come or need assistance please call 020 7239 3123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. It is helpful for us to have numbers hoping to attend.
Great Ormond Street Hospital and the UCL Institute of Child Health
-employ 3,300 people
-are the largest centre for research into childhood illness outside the US
-are the largest trainers of children’s healthcare specialists in the UK
hospital is the largest centre for heart or brain surgery in children,
runs the largest intensive care unit for children, and with UCLH is the
largest centre for children with cancer in Europe.
GOSH-ICH Press Office: 020 7239 3130
For genuine and urgent out of hours call speak to switchboard on 020 7405 9200