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.

The passing of our patron, Queen Elizabeth II

It is with great sadness that Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (GOSH) has heard about the death of the hospital’s patron, Queen Elizabeth II.

Imaging techniques help to give parents choice after miscarriage

For ten years our Radiology & Pathology Teams have been developing a range of imaging techniques to provide less and minimally invasive autopsies.

GOSH x Raspberry Pi: Can You Hack It?

Unfortunately, due to recent events we have been unable to fill this event and have had to cancel. We are planning to hold a similar event in the future.

Celebrating 10 years since GOSH attended the Olympics

It has been 10 years since we were invited to take part in the London 2012 Summer Olympic games opening ceremony. Nine patients and three members of staff waved to the world as our logo and name lit up the Olympic stadium.