If your child has been invited for a face-to-face appointment or procedure, it’s important you still come (even during the national lockdown) unless you hear otherwise.
To help keep everyone safe, only one parent or carer can attend. No other family or friends can visit.
See all our information about COVID-19, including steps we are taking to keep you safe.

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  1. It's safe to attend our emergency department

    It's safe to attend our emergency department

    22 February 2021

    Evelina London's emergency department remains open 24/7 for the children and young people that need our specialist care, with measures in place to keep you safe during the pandemic.

  2. Evelina London experts call on families to be aware of symptoms of rare COVID-19 related condition

    Evelina London experts call on families to be aware of symptoms of rare COVID-19 related condition

    4 February 2021

    Our large specialist children's hospital has played an important role over the last year in caring for a small number of children and young people with a rare condition thought to be triggered by COVID-19.

  3. Information on COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus)

    Information on COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus)

    4 February 2021

    We understand that you may be concerned about COVID-19 at this time. This page provides you with an update including actions we are taking to care for patients and to reduce the risk of spreading the infection.

  4. Dr Ranj has received his first COVID-19 vaccine

    Dr Ranj has received his first COVID-19 vaccine

    8 January 2021

    TV presenter Dr Ranj has received his first COVID-19 vaccine.

  5. Using Redirooms to keep patients safe in a world first

    Using Redirooms to keep patients safe in a world first

    7 January 2021

    Evelina London's hospital has five Redirooms, which are temporary spaces created to seal off the area around a bed or a cot in order to isolate patients with infections, including COVID-19.

  6. Currently very few children with COVID-19 at Evelina London

    Currently very few children with COVID-19 at Evelina London

    2 January 2021

    We know that you may be worried about COVID-19 (also known as coronavirus), and the potential impact on children and young people. Evelina London Medical Director, Sara Hanna, is reassuring families about the situation in our hospital. Find out more.

  7. Christmas has arrived at Evelina London

    Christmas has arrived at Evelina London

    21 December 2020

    In the lead up to Christmas, our staff and supporters have been creating festive cheer for children and young people across our hospital and community sites.

  8. Unveiling Tony Hudgell's inspirational fundraising legacy

    Unveiling Tony Hudgell's inspirational fundraising legacy

    6 November 2020

    Find out about Tony's incredible journey and his long-lasting impact for Evelina London.

  9. New community centre opens, providing Evelina London services

    New community centre opens, providing Evelina London services

    3 November 2020

    The Tessa Jowell Health Centre offers a range of services provided by Evelina London including children's speech and language therapy and health visiting.

  10. Celebrating the NHS's first black nurse, who worked at Evelina London

    Celebrating the NHS's first black nurse, who worked at Evelina London

    20 October 2020

    Black History Month is a wonderful time to shine a light on Kofoworola Abeni Pratt.

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