Great North Children's Hospital
The Great North Children's Hospital (GNCH) at the RVI in Newcastle is one of only 14 major children’s medical centres in the UK.
We provide the full range of children’s health services, all tailored to each and every child – we call this patient-centred care.
Services across the region
As well as our outpatient and inpatient services in Newcastle, we provide treatment for children across the whole of the North of England.
We work with other local hospitals to provide outpatient services within their facilities. This means your child may not have to travel too far to be seen by one of our specialists – speak to your doctor or nurse to see if your child can be treated closer to home.
We also receive patients from many other hospitals locally, nationally and from across the world who do not have the expertise to treat complex conditions. This includes the nationally renowned Bone Marrow Transplant Unit which provides treatment for children's immune and infectious diseases.