Great Ormond Street Hospital


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A premier paediatric hospital, located in London, which delivers the widest range of specialist care of any children's hospital in the UK; the US equivalent is St. Jude’s hospital in Tennessee
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But, unlike her school friends, she is about to undergo her fourth limb-lengthening operation at Great Ormond Street Hospital, which means months with her legs in a frame and constant, often painful, physiotherapy.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 29 2011] Great Ormond Street Hospital has announced it will be holding another Charity Gala as part of its Theatres for Theatres Appeal.
I am proud to support Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Isabella was transferred to Great Ormond Street Hospital on Monday for treatment and later returned to The Royal London Children's Hospital.
However, a Walt Disney Company spokesman said: "Disney has supported Great Ormond Street Hospital over many years and in January 2008 the Company announced that it would join forces with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity to raise 10 million pounds towards the Hospital's capital appeal."
"Great Ormond Street Hospital is doing everything it can for her, and we continue to offer her the highest possible levels of care."
It ends a worrying time for mother Jackie, who has spent the past week at her daughter's bedside at Great Ormond Street hospital in London, willing her to overcome an infection.
Peter had been due to undergo the operation to treat his condition in March at Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children in London.
With reports that Great Ormond Street Hospital is cancelling operations and closing beds there'll be concerns that it's a quick bid to cash in on the author's gift.
Now they have turned to Robbie's breakthrough solo hit to aid London's Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children, with proceeds going towards equipment and new units.
The party was for patients of Great Ormond Street Hospital, including Theo, who is being treated at the hospital for a rare gastric condition, which means he is unable to eat.
WE are calling on teachers across the North-east of England to sprinkle a little fairy dust and get their pupils involved in Peter Pan Week, Monday to Friday, February 27 to March 2, to raise vital funds for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.

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