The Tick Tock Club

The Tick Tock Club has now raised the £13.6 million needed to build the new state-of-the-art Khoo Teck Puat iMRI Suite. It will transform the way brain surgery is performed at Great Ormond Street Hospital to improve the outcomes for our young patients. 

The Neurology and Neurosurgery teams at Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) see more children with brain tumours and perform more operations for patients with epilepsy than any other hospital in the country.

In a major step forward, both teams plan to make the uncertainty and risk associated with multiple procedures a thing of the past. They plan to integrate an MRI scanner into a new operating theatre to create the Khoo Teck Puat iMRI Suite. This facility will make imaging the brain during operations a seamless procedure, giving critically ill children the best chance of a positive result.

Image showing the refurbished theatre 10

Find out more about the iMRI Suite that the Tick Tock Club appeal is helping to fund.

Read about the achievements of the Tick Tock Club.

Rosemary Squire, Chair of the Tick Tock Club and Clare Simcock, Lead Radiographer

Hear from Tick Tock Club Appeal Chair, Rosemary Squire OBE.

Daniel and his mum

The new Khoo Teck Puat iMRI Suite will help hundreds of children with rare and complex brain conditions.

Meet the Tick Tock Club clinicians

Meet some of the team who will work in the new Khoo Teck Puat iMRI Suite.

Discover how you can join the Tick Tock Club.