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Husky Ward

Husky Ward
Description
Husky Ward is on the first floor. It's a day case centre, where medical procedures and operations are carried out without the need for patients to stay in hospital overnight.

Forest Ward (PICU)

Forest Ward (PICU)
Description
Forest Ward is on the second floor, and provides intensive care for critically ill children. It's also known as our Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU).

Beach Ward

Beach Ward
Description
Beach Ward is on the third floor. It sees patients for short stay surgery, dialysis and kidney and urology care.

Savannah Ward

Savannah Ward
Description
Savannah Ward is on the fourth floor. It cares for children with heart, neurological and metabolic conditions.

Mountain Ward

Mountain Ward
Description
Mountain Ward is on the fifth floor and specialises in surgical care. It's home to our High Dependency Unit (HDU).

Neonatal Unit (NICU)

Description
The Neonatal Unit is based at St Thomas' Hospital. It provides specialist care for premature and sick babies and includes an intensive care unit (NICU), high dependency unit (HDU) and a special care baby unit (SCBU).

Snow Leopard

Description
Snow Leopard Ward is located at St Thomas' Hospital. It cares for children with long-term ventilation needs.
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CQC ratings: our children's hospital

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Evelina London Children’s Hospital
St Thomas’ Hospital,
Westminster Bridge Road, London SE1 7EH
Tel: 020 7188 7188

CQC ratings: our community services

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News

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