Coming to GOSH for a day or inpatient admission
Sometimes, children and young people need to come to GOSH for the day or longer, for monitoring, tests or a procedure, such as an operation. Here’s lots of information to help you get ready.
Our latest visitor guidance
Discover how we are welcoming more friends and family into the hospital and read the important safeguards which remain.
Coping with a hospital stay, operation or procedure
Read our ideas to help make a hospital visit seem less daunting for children.
Consent – agreeing to have treatment and anaesthesia
There are various ways you can give your consent and different circumstances in which we will ask you.
Having an anaesthetic or sedation
If anaesthetic or sedation is planned for your child’s stay, here's what you need to know about it.
Travelling to GOSH from outside London?
Children and young people come to GOSH from all over the UK so may have to travel for many hours to get here. Here’s how we can help.
Somewhere to stay
If you need somewhere to stay, here's all the information you need about our parent accommodation.