Today Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity launches a new campaign which vividly chronicles the events during a day in the life of the hospital. One Day at GOSH is a compelling visual and intimate account of 24 hours at the hospital.
The charity’s film crew spent 24 hours in the company of patients, families, staff and volunteers of GOSH.
The Anaesthesia department at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) provides world-class anaesthetic services for all surgical specialties within the hospital, in addition to 24-hour on-call emergency cover.
The Department of Radiology at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic imaging and interventional radiology services for children and young people up to 18 years of age.
In March, the hospital arts programme, GOSH Arts, collaborated with the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A) to deliver a 3D-printing project with children in Great Ormond Street Hospital's (GOSH) bone marrow transplant wards, Fox and Robin.
GOSH Sample Bank is a new initiative that will enable patients’ leftover samples to be used for vital child health research instead of being thrown away. The samples (including urine, blood, faeces or biopsies of skin and other tissue) will allow us to carry out more research to better understand rare conditions and develop new treatments.
The Social Work Service is a key team within Clinical Support Services and falls within the remit of the Nursing and Patient Experience directorate at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The Social work services includes, Senior Practitioners, Social Workers and Family Support Officers all of whom offer a direct service to children and families, both inpatients and outpatients. In addition, qualified social workers and senior practitioners offer advice and consultation to colleagues at GOSH on social and child protection matters, and help deliver training on Safeguarding.
The Neurology department provides a specialist (tertiary) service for the diagnosis and treatment of children with neurological disorders, who are already under the care of a paediatrician or other paediatric specialist.