Thank you to everyone at Premier Inn and Restaurants

Great Ormond Street Hospital has officially opened the brand new Premier Inn Clinical Building, housed within the Mittal Children’s Medical Centre at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The Premier Inn Clinical Building will see children move out of old facilities built in the 1930s and transferred into brand new, modern wards with ensuite bathrooms where parents can stay comfortably with their child overnight while they are being cared for at GOSH. 

Premier Inn and Restaurants have supported Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity since 2012. Staff, customers and suppliers from Premier Inn and Restaurant sites across the UK have raised an incredible £7.5 million towards the new building, and an amazing £10 million to support GOSH overall. 

Thank you to everyone at Premier Inn and Restaurants for helping to create the brand new Premier Inn Clinical Building

Premier Inn and Restaurants celebrate raising £7.5 million

Read more about our new building, and the impact it will have at Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Experience Great Ormond Street Hospital with virtual reality

Explore the new centre with our immersive virtual reality video! For the best experience, we suggest watching it on the YouTube app, which you can download to your mobile device (for iPhone users, the only way to watch the experience is through the YouTube app). Then, click here to view:

  • Four young patients – including three-year-old Angel, above – receive dialysis treatment for their kidney conditions in a dedicated bay area that allows nurses to closely monitor them.
  • A world-class surgical team operate on six-month-old Seth in one of our state-of-the-art theatres.
  • Patients Tristan and Rupert in one of our play rooms with Play Specialist Denise, who helps to prepare children and young people for life-saving procedures using play techniques.
  • Three-year-old Rupert with his mum and dad in a sensory room, designed to stimulate the sense through the use of light, colour, sound and visual effects.
  • Ten-year-old Tamieka make music with a musician from GOSH Arts, the hospital's arts programme, in a spacious en-suite room where her mum or dad can stay overnight.

Use a cardboard headset to view the virtual reality experience

For smartphone users, if you have a cardboard headset:

  1. Make sure you have the YouTube app installed on your smartphone.
  2. Click here to open the video in the YouTube app.
  3. Click the headset symbol on the YouTube video. You'll notice that the screen splits into two smaller screens.
  4. Insert your smartphone into the cardboard headset.
  5. Look around to explore Great Ormond Street Hospital in 360 degrees.

For all mobile devices, if you don't have a cardboard headset:

  1. Make sure you have the YouTube app installed on your mobile device.
  2. Click here to open the video in the YouTube app.
  3. Explore Great Ormond Street Hospital in 360 degrees by moving your mobile device around.
  4. If viewing on a desktop, you can view the experience below. Use your cursor to drag the video around.

If the video is not showing, please watch it on YouTube