Meet our admin and clerical staff

We have many roles at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) for administration and clerical staff at all levels and stages in their career. Explore some of the exciting and varied roles you could do and read what our staff think about working at GOSH. 

Progress Bell, Travel Reimbursement and Main Reception Administrator 

For Progress, the hospital feels like a “second home” and for the patients and their parents she assists, Progress sees them as her “extended family”. Progress has been working for the Trust in various guises since 1998. 

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Progress Bell, Travel Reimbursement and Main Reception Administrator

Daniel Cardoso, Centre Coordinator Haemophilia Comprehensive Care Centre

As a young graduate in Business Management from Queen Mary University, Daniel Cardoso, even before he became a Dad of two, had always been interested in helping children. 

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Daniel Cardoso, Centre Coordinator Haemophilia Comprehensive Care Centre

Stephen Matthew, Service Manager for Labs and Pharmacy

Stephen Matthew is the Service Manager for Labs and Pharmacy at GOSH, a “multi-faceted and challenging” role, and one which Stephen clearly enjoys.

Explore more about Stephen's role and how he developed his GOSH career.

Stephen Matthew, Service Manager Labs and Pharmacy

Pete Sweeney, Assistant Services Manager, for Neurology, Epilepsy and Neurophysiology

"There's always something new every day. Talking to different patients every day, the doctors are really nice, my colleagues are really nice. It's a good-sized team, around 16 admin staff and 30 doctors."

Discover more about Pete's role and what makes GOSH such a varied place to work.

Pete Sweeney