Anna Lewis

Jess is running the Royal Parks Foundation Half Marathon in memory of her daughter Anna and in aid of Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity. She’s aiming to recruit 100 runners to take part, and is well on her way…

Rosamun Pike, Ava and Chris Beardshaw

Seven-year-old Ava was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis from the heel prick test as a newborn. Today she helped launch the Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) at the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, alongside award-winning British actress Rosamund Pike and garden designer Chris Beardshaw. The garden will be transferred to the hospital immediately after the show and enjoyed by families at GOSH for years to come. Here mum Kylie tells Ava’s story.

Sarah

Sarah from Crawley is ready to embark on her second charity bike ride. Having taken part in London to Brighton last year, Davina’s Big Sussex Bike Ride is particularly special for Sarah as it is for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Victoria Pendleton

Double Olympic cycling champion, Victoria Pendleton, is calling on the public to get on their bikes to raise funds for the seriously ill patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

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This Cleft Lip and Palate Awareness Week, we hear from dad Alex whose four-year-old son Harry came to Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) at eight months old for surgery to repair his cleft palate. He shares how it feels to have a poorly child, his advice to other parents and how he’s giving back to GOSH.

GOSH patient Harrison with research nurse Katie

Nurses at the Somers Clinical Research Facility at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) play a crucial role in delivering translational medicine research and working with patients on a number of clinical trials. Inspired to join our nursing team? Find out how. Read more about our innovative, forward-thinking nursing team below – plus, hear GOSH patient […]

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Happy International Nurses Day! To celebrate, we’re looking back over the history of nursing at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH). Inspired? Inspired to join our nursing team? Find out how.

Neil, Staff Nurse, Bear Ward

We think all of the nurses at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) are amazing. Nurses are an integral part of the hospital’s multidisciplinary teams and help to deliver the very best care to patients and families. Find out how you can progress your nursing career at GOSH. Here, meet just three of our brilliant nurses…

Josh and Wendy

Seven-year-old Josh was diagnosed with Norrie Disease, a rare condition which causes boys to be born blind or to go blind shortly after birth, when he was just a month old. Josh now visits Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) every few months for regular check-ups. Here, mum Wendy shares their story.

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Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) heart transplant patient, eight-year-old Hannah, and her scooter, are getting ready to take part in RBC Race for the Kids on Sunday 15 May.

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