Become a Foundation Trust member

Do you live in England or Wales? Are you aged 10 or over? If so, why not join as member of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust today?

Information to note

Our membership database is held and managed by Membership Engagement Services (MES). We are conscious of our responsibilities under the Data Protection Act 1998 and we shall endeavour to ensure that any personal information we obtain and use will always be held, used, transferred and otherwise processed in accordance with that Act and all other applicable data protection laws and regulations.

For more information about how the data you submit will be used please refer to the Trust's privacy policy

Please complete this form to become a Foundation Trust member. 

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About me
Due to recent changes to the Trust's constitution, all Honorary, Agency and Bank staff at Great Ormond Street Hospital, GOSH Volunteers and Great Ormond Street Children's Charity Staff are invited to join the Public or Patient Carer Constituency.

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Extra ways to help
All members receive the newsletter. It includes the latest news from the hospital, a focus on some of our patients and updates on what our Members' Council has achieved.
Our membership values

Great Ormond Street Hospital is committed to working with others to improve children's health and well-being. We place the interests of the child 'first and always' and so are committed to listening to and valuing children and young people, recognising that they have their own rights and responsibilities. We also work in partnership with our patients' families.

As a provider of healthcare, training and education, a research centre, an employer and a membership organisation we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, sex, race, ethnic origin, sexuality, belief, or disability. We recognise the importance of combating disadvantage and exclusion.

We contribute to medical research as a means of advancing the health and well-being of children and the broader interests of society.

We are totally committed to child protection. All elected or appointed Councillors will undergo the required checks to make sure that they are not a danger to children, staff or the integrity of the Trust.

Members agree to act in the best interests of the Trust and its patients, to raise their concerns constructively and to act with mutual openness, tolerance and respect to all.