- Unicoronal craniosynostosis
- Bicoronal craniosynostosis
- Metopic craniosynostosis
- Crouzon syndrome
- Pfeiffer syndrome
- Apert syndrome
- Saethre-Chotzen syndrome
- Muenke syndrome
We are currently limiting visitors to the hospital. Unless otherwise agreed with your clinical team, only one carer per family will be allowed into GOSH and this should be the same carer each day. Unfortunately, siblings will not be able to visit. We may also ask to test you and your child for coronavirus.
While we understand that these measures will be difficult for families, they’re helping us keep you, your child and everyone else at GOSH safe.
You can find more information and the latest updates in our Coronavirus Hub:Read more
If you have any questions, please telephone the Craniofacial Clinical Nurse Specialists on 07768 526 449 (Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm). Out of hours, call Koala Ward on 020 7829 8826. You can also seek medical advice out of hours by telephoning the GOSH switchboard on 020 7405 9200 and asking them to page the craniofacial doctor on call.
Headlines – the Craniofacial Support Group – is the main support organisation in the UK for families of children and young people affected by a craniofacial disorder.