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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

Acute specialist hospital for children & NHS Foundation Trust.

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust (GOSH), founded in 1852 as the UK’s first paediatric hospital, is an acute specialist hospital for children, with an international reputation for standard of clinical care, pioneering research, and its education of health care professionals. GOSH offers the widest range of paediatric specialist services in Europe (over 60 specialities and sub-specialities) which uniquely enables GOSH to diagnose and pioneer treatments for children. For example, GOSH is the leading centre for paediatric gene therapy in the world and the largest centre in Europe for children with cancer/leukaemia and epilepsy surgery. GOSH train more paediatric specialist doctors than any other centre in Europe and has Europe’s largest paediatric nurse education programme. Together, GOSH and the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health represent the largest concentration of paediatric research expertise in Europe and between 2012-2016, GOSH/ICH published over 1, 500 research papers per year and had the second highest citation impact compared to international paediatric comparator organisations. GOSH can provide overseas hospitals with a wide range of services including clinical advice, case management, diagnostic support, clinical visits, and training and education for clinical professionals (including International fellowships and observerships to London).

Key contact Mr Christopher Rockenbach


Address Great Ormond Street, London, WC1N 3JH