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Intensive Care and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (ICU/NICU)

A critical care nurse caring for a patient in ICU
A critical care nurse caring for a patient in ICU


The intensive care units at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) are some of the largest paediatric units in the UK and Europe. We admit children post-operatively who have had specialised surgery at GOSH. We offer support and services for other specialities such as general surgery, oncology, neurology, metabolic medicine, renal, spinal surgery, ENT, respiratory and endocrinology.  

The ICU/NICU has state-of-the-art equipment and facilities to allow development of new treatments and management strategies for critically ill children. Almost all children and infants admitted to ICU/NICU are ventilated. A full range of renal replacement therapies are also available. 

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