Contact the Audiological Medicine department (Outpatient clinic)

We have moved to the new GOSH Sight and Sound building which is located just outside the main hospital on Queen Square.

For inpatient admissions please visit : Parents and visitors guide

Department of Audiology and Audiovestibular Medicine

Please be aware that we have audiologists on-site Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5pm. If you email us or leave a voicemail, we will contact you as soon as possible.

We are also now allowing more than one parent to attend the appointment with your child.

If your child’s appointment has been cancelled, we will contact you to arrange another appointment.

If your child’s hearing device is broken or not working, please contact us or download our "how to help" leaflets. We will advise you on how to proceed to ensure it is repaired as quickly as possible.

Contact details


Phone: 020 7813 8315

Alternatively, if you have the MyGOSH app, you can directly message the department through the app.

For more helpful information - see our MyGOSH page.

How to find us:

40-41 Queen Square
Sight and Sound Centre
Great Ormond Street Hospital

Google maps URL

Additional contacts

For urgent admissions outside of office hours please call the switchboard on 020 7405 9200.

Tube and rail

  • Russel Square Station- Piccadilly line (approximately 5 min walk)
  • Holborn Station- Central and Piccadilly lines (approximately 7 min walk)
  • London Euston station (approximately 16 min walk)
  • Kings Cross St Pancras Station or St Pancras international (Approximately 23 min walk)

Parking at GOSH

Great Ormond Street Hospital does not have a car park but parking permits may be available on the day of your visit. For more information about the parking permit please visit Travelling to GOSH


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Do you need a second opinion?

Asking for a second opinion is not a legal right, but most health professionals will be happy to refer you if appropriate. If you would like a second opinion after seeing the audiology team, please discuss with your appointed audiologist on the day. Your audiologist will therefore consider your circumstances and whether an appropriate referral is needed for a second opinion.

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

Our Patient advice and liaison service (PALS) offers confidential advice, support, and information on health-related matters. It provides a point of contact for parents, their family and their carers.

If you are not happy with the audiology service at GOSH, please contact the PALS.