Find out more about the Directorates at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH)
There are six corporate directorates at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), with Executive Directors providing top-level management.
This directorate is responsible for financial strategy, management and control, and ensuring that the Trust meets its financial obligations.
It is headed by the Chief Finance Officer, Helen Jameson, and is supported by the Deputy Director of Finance, Tom Burton.
Corporate Function under Medical Director
The Medical Director post is held by Dr Sanjiv Sharma.
The Head of the Quality and Safety team, Salina Parkyn, reports to Dr Sharma.
The Quality and Safety Team is responsible for ensuring there are systems and processes in place for managing and monitoring all aspects of risk.
The Operations Directorate is the strategic and operational management arm of the Trust. It brings together strategic development, planning and performance, facilities management and family policy.
These sections work together to lead on business planning, clinical improvement and parent and patient involvement initiatives. They also ensure that the Trust is meeting its obligations within financial and human resource constraints.
Professor Andrew Taylor is the Acting Chief Operating Officer and is responsible for the operations directorate. Peter Hyland is the Director of Planning and Performance.
Directorate of Nursing
The Nursing Directorate focuses on attracting, maintaining and continuously developing a contented and effective workforce.
In order to best meet the needs of the children and their families, the Directorate of Nursing supports frontline teams.
This includes exploring new roles that challenge traditional professional boundaries, and ensuring that individual staff members are encouraged and developed to reach their full potential.
The Directorate of Nursing is headed by the Chief Nurse, Alison Robertson.
Human Resources and Organisational Development
The Human Resources Directorate is headed by Caroline Anderson Director of HR and OD.
The Directorate is responsible for the developments and delivery of a human resources strategy and delivering the Trust's organisational development programmes.
This directorate is responsible for managing the long-term redevelopment work and modernisation of the hospital.
The Built Environment directorate is headed by the Director of Built Environment, Matthew Tulley.
There are now eight clinical directorates including the International Private Patients division at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust.
Each of these directorates combines specialties, which function to provide an integrated approach to patient-focused care and service delivery.
For more information on each specialty, follow the links on our clinical services page.
This page was last updated on 6 August 2019.