DID YOU KNOW?
GREAT Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) was founded on 14 February 1852 and was called the Hospital for Sick Children at first. The London hospital started with just ten beds but is now one of the world’s leading children’s hospitals. Today, more than 268,000 patients visit every year. GOSH has been supported by some notable people throughout its history, including JM Barrie (who wrote Peter Pan), Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria.