International medical graduates

Pinki Munot

Dr Pinki Munot

Education Lead for International Medical Graduates

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7 405 9200 ext. 7888/0632

Whilst I support International Graduates in post, I am not involved with recruitment and appointments for potential staff.

For jobs/fellowships, please look at the GOSH Job page or contact

If you would like to be observer, you will need to find a supervisor in the relevant specialty at GOSH. Please email them directly and once they agree you can contact Honorary Contracts to help you with the logistics.

Welcome to Great Ormond Street Hospital

Moving to a new country is an exciting, but often challenging time. You may have never been to London or England before, and you may be leaving family and friends behind while you make the most of this opportunity.

Working in a different country can provide fantastic professional and also personal development. However, it can also be a daunting time with lots of uncertainty around the practicalities.

We look forward to welcoming you, our International Medical Graduates (IMG), to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) and have prepared this guide to inform you of what to prepare in advance, what to expect in your first few weeks here at GOSH, and where to get help.

In order to get a glimpse in the life of a doctor at GOSH, please click the links below:

  • This video from the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) gives some insight into working at GOSH as an IMG.

Further information about working at GOSH is available here.

Our values leaflet is available here: 

GOSH Always Values leaflet (2.0 MB)

Click the section titles below to find out more about the services we provide for International Medical Graduates.

GOSH Global Connections Service - The PGME team are pleased to introduce the Global Connections service to prospective International Medical Graduates who are moving to the United Kingdom. This service will provide a contact point with international doctors currently working within the hospital, which is envisioned to promote a smoother transition for the prospective International Medical Graduates.

Medical Services Information - Understanding the National Health Service (NHS) and its multiple components, will assist new International Medical Graduates in better adapting to their new environment. We have compiled a list of contemporary resources to help new starters in this endeavour.

Useful Employment Information - To gain employment in the NHS within the United Kingdom, requires a number of administrative procedures to be completed.

Living and Travelling in London - On arrival to this cosmopolitan city, a new starter is inundated with choice. In this section, we highlight some of these choices.

Ready-to-move Checklist - So you are preparing to move to the UK and work at GOSH? Have you considered the following?

Please find below some questions which may help in guiding you before you arrive and whilst you are here.