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 – medical appointments are still allowed).
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.

Reflections

Reflections

Reflections written by our staff in our 150th year

Our staff share their memories of working at Evelina London. Read about how their careers developed and the significant changes they have witnessed.

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Professor Shak Qureshi reflects on innovations in cardiology

Shak describes how treatments have improved for children and young people with heart conditions.

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Kirsteen McCulloch reflects on changes in intensive care for children

Kirsteen, Head of Nursing for PICU and Surgery, explains how her nursing career has evolved and describes innovations in healthcare for children.

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Sir Cyril Chantler's reflects on how accommodation has improved for families

Find out how Cyril influenced support for families at Evelina London.

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‘You’ve got this’ blog

Interested in hearing from our patients? We've given young people a platform to share their stories and give an insight into living with a range of conditions.

See our Evelina 150 Blog, written by patients in their own words.

Find out more about how we are marking our special birthday.

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