An appeal's being launched today to raise twenty million pounds to transform Sheffield Children's Hospital. The money will be used to create more single rooms and play areas for patients.
Hospital bosses in Sheffield are considering plans which could see them pioneering the NHS across the world. The Government's picked Sheffield Children's Hospial as among Britain's best - and they want to use its staff to show other countries the type of service the NHS offers.
Any profits would come back to NHS trusts. Doctors at the hospital have described the idea as a 'win-win situation'.
A teenager who had major surgery to straighten her spine is using her experience to help others all over the world facing a similar operation.
Jess McGuire from Lincoln endured a nine hour procedure to have metal rods inserted in her back. Without the surgery at Sheffield Children's Hospital she faced life in a wheelchair.
The designs have been released for a new wing at the Children's Hospital in Sheffield. Work is due to be completed by Spring 2015.
A design for the new wing at the Sheffield Children's Hospital has been chosen.
It will include a circular play tower in the main reception, which will go from floor to ceiling.
£40m is being spent on on the new wing and building work should start in spring 2013 and is aimed to be completed by spring 2015.