Parents and carers may be concerned by the news reports about Group A streptococcus (GAS). Find out more about what to look out for.

A number of transport strikes are due to take place this December. If you or your child has an appointment at one of our hospitals or community centres, please plan ahead and do all you can to attend. If you need to cancel your appointment, please contact your clinical team.

Nurses' strike action will take place on 15 and 20 December. Our emergency and time critical services will be open. We'll let you know if your appointment is affected.

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Children

Before your visit

Evelina London is a children’s hospital.
All our doctors, nurses and other staff
have been specially trained to care for
children just like you.  

During your visit

Coming to hospital can seem strange
and a bit scary. There’s lots of
information here to help you know what
to expect.

Feelings and fears

At Evelina London we’ll do our best to help you feel at home. Here are some top tips to help you feel good about your time in hospital.

Making friends

Being in hospital can feel a bit lonely.
But at Evelina London you could make
new friends, and it’s really easy to stay
in touch with friends from home too.

Things to do

At Evelina London there's always
something going on. 

After your visit

After your visit, the doctor or nurse will tell you when you are ready to go home.