Share your nominations for the GOSH Staff Awards 2024

2 Jul 2024, 2 p.m.

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The GOSH Staff Awards recognise and celebrate our colleagues and teams who have gone above and beyond over the past year. It's your opportunity to nominate a team or individual who has made a positive impact on your time at GOSH.

We're calling current GOSH patients, family members or carers to help us celebrate our hardworking teams. Is this you?

Nominations are now open for the GOSH Staff Awards until 28 July and if you're a current GOSH patient or family member, we need your help.

We hold these awards to recognise and celebrate GOSH staff and volunteers who have gone above and beyond in the past year, achieving remarkable accomplishments for their teams and our patients.

Last year nearly 40 teams and 140 individuals were nominated by their colleauges for an award - that's an incredible 247 nominations from staff across our hospital!

Simply fill out this short form to share your story of a team or individual who has made a positive impact on your time here at our hospital.

Complete the short 2024 Staff Awards nomination form.

Our winners will be announced at a special Staff Awards ceremony this October. Please note, we can only accept nominations from current GOSH patients or family members.

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