How art brings nature to our patients' besides

28 Feb 2022, 8 a.m.

A young boy and patient at GOSH interacts with the table top lightbox, playing with pressed flower slides.

Commissioned by GOSH Arts, it seeks to bring the outside in for our GOSH patients. This is especially important for our children and young people who are unable to enjoy the gardens, parks, and outdoor spaces due to the nature of their treatment.

Celebrating the first anniversary of our Sight and Sound Centre

Did you know? Our Sight and Sound Centre is the UK’s first dedicated medical facility for children with sight and hearing loss, with a specially designed sensory garden and art installations. We welcomed our first patients to the centre a year ago this we

Mayor of London joins patients as Play Street comes to GOSH

On Thursday 16th June, Sadiq Khan Mayor of London, visited our hospital when the street was transformed into a giant play area for Clean Air Day.

GOSH's Sight and Sound Centre scoops Euro Design Award

Great Ormond Street Hospital's (GOSH) new Sight and Sound Centre has scooped a European Healthcare Design Award in the healthcare design category and was highly commended in the art and interior design category.

New funding for autoimmune condition at GOSH

Researchers at GOSH and University College London Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health (UCL GOS ICH) are one of ten national teams to receive funding from a coalition of immune-related medical research charities.