Mrs Elizabeth Ormerod

Charity details

Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity (1852)

Great Ormond Street Hospital receives over 252,389 outpatient visits and 43,778 inpatient visits every year (figures from 2016/17). Most of the children we care for are referred from other hospitals throughout the UK and overseas. There are 63 different clinical specialties at GOSH; the UK's widest range of specialist health services for children on one site. More than half of our patients come from outside London and GOSH is the largest paediatric centre in the UK for:

paediatric intensive care
cardiac surgery - we are one of the largest heart transplant centres for children in the world
neurosurgery - we carry out about 60 per cent of all UK operations for children with epilepsy
paediatric cancer services including bone marrow transplants – with University College London Hospitals (UCLH), we are one of the largest centres in Europe for children with cancer
nephrology and renal transplants
children treated from overseas in our International and Private Patient (IPP) wing

Leading research and development

Through carrying out research with the Institute of Child Health, University of London and international partners, GOSH has developed a number of new clinical treatments and techniques that are used around the world.

The UK’s only academic Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) specialising in paediatrics is a collaboration between GOSH and UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health. We are a member of University College London (UCL) Partners, joining UCL with a number of other hospitals – an alliance for world-class research benefitting patients. In partnership with six other NHS trusts, we are the lead provider for North Thames Genomics Medicine Centre, part of the national 100,000 Genomes Project.Take a look at our Research and Innovation pages for more information. 

Education and training for staff working in children's healthcare

GOSH offers a wide prospectus of learning to all staff groups. Together with London South Bank University, we train the largest number of paediatric nurses in the UK. We also play a leading role in training paediatric doctors and other health professionals.

Registered Number 1160024-115

http://www.gosh.org

Messages of condolence

Aunt Bett, i can't believe that I am writing this or that you are gone! I am left with a very heavy heart but also great memories of a great lady who had a positive impact on all of our lives. I'm sorry we were unable to attend the celebration of your life. Please know our love and thoughts will be with you always. Tina & James love 💘

Mr & Mrs Tina & James McDowall

In memory of the good times we had with Betty and Mel. Love and condolences to Mark, Karen and Amanda and their families.

Mr & Mrs jean chynoweth

Our deepest sympathy to Mark and Family following the loss of their dear Mother and Grand Mother - May God comfort your hearts at this traumatic time With condolences Peter & Delia

Mr Peter Bennett

Dear Caron, Mark and Amanda We were so sad to hear the sudden news about your mum. It must have been a terrible shock for all of you and one that I'm sure you're still trying to come to terms with. You all have such great friends around you who want to support you through this difficult time. We have fond memories of both your mum and dad at their lovely house in The Paddocks. They showed such generousity towards your friends (including us) and always welcomed us into their home. Likewise, we had a wonderful holiday in Portugal at their gorgeous villa. We were very lucky indeed! Thinking of you all. With much love Paul and Becca xxx

Mr & Mrs Paul and Becca Wilson

Dear Caron, Mark and Amanda Very sad on the passing of your dear mum. Thinking of you all. With much love, Lara and Pierre xxxx

Mr & Mrs Lara and Pierre Bleriot

Thinking of you at this difficult time. Beth was such a special lady and will be greatly missed xxx Sarah and family

Mrs Sarah Hennessey

Sending our deepest condolences to you all at this very sad time. Love from all the Figg family in Dorset.

Miss Amanda Figg

Aunt Betty, My Godmother, you were my rock thank you for being there for me always. Love and Miss you. Margaret xx

Mrs Margaret Kelly

Thinking of you all at this very sad time, much love Pat and Leonora

Mrs Patricia Zotti

Knew you all as a family must be over forty years many happy times .God bless Betty you will now be with Melvyn. Xx❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Mr & Mrs Pauline & Bill Kellam

Our sympathy, thoughts and most sincere condolences are with Bette’s relatives and loved ones at this saddest of times. The Aylott family.

Mr Richard Aylott

Our thoughts are with through these sad times. All our love Tristan and family xxx

Mr Tristan Ormerod

Sending our love and thinking of you all at this sad time. The Allgood family xx

Miss Amy Allgood

So very sorry to hear about Beth’s passing. Chinnu & Philip

Mrs Chinnu Alexander

Dearest Amanda,Cliff and family So very sorry for your loss. I’ll miss waving to your lovely Mum from across the street. With love, Cat, Jonathan & Luca xx

Miss Caterina Reid

Our sincere condolences to you and your family at this time. Mark, Debbie, Alex & Will.

Mr Mark King

So sad to hear the news off my aunt Betty's passing. She has gone to soon .beautiful inside and out. I have a lovely memory when myself and Sophie my daughter visited Mel and Betty in Portugal. Such a fond memory and many more growing up with all her family. Love to her family may she rest in peace now and be in heaven with all her family. Lots off love Mary and Sophie xxx

Ms Mary Innes

Aunt Betty, Loved our chats about family and days gone past. Thank you for being a wonderful aunt. Missing you already, life will never be the same without you. Rest in peace. Lots of love, John x x x

Mr John Innes

In memory of a friend. Dot and John Smith

Mr John Smith