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Our hospital services

 

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  • Ear, nose and throat (ENT)

    Description
    Our children's ear, nose and throat (ENT) service is one of the largest and most specialised in the UK.
  • Emergency department (A&E)

    Description
    Our children's Emergency service (A&E) cares for children aged 16 and under who have suffered a recent injury or accident.
  • Endocrinology service

    Description
    The children's endocrinology service sees children with problems of the endocrine system - the network of glands within the body which produce hormones.
  • ENT

    Description
    Our children's ear, nose and throat (ENT) service is one of the largest and most specialised in the UK.
  • Epilepsy service

    Description
    Our epilepsy service is a specialist centre for children with the most severe or complex forms of epilepsy.
  • Eye (ophthalmology)

    Description
    Our eye service treats children with conditions that affect vision and the eyes.
  • Eye (ophthalmology) team

    Description
    Our eye (ophthalmology) team
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  • Infectious diseases and immunology service
    Description
    The Evelina London infectious diseases and immunology service sees children with severe and/or frequent infections.
  • Inherited metabolic diseases
    Description
    Inherited metabolic disease (IMD) is a genetic, inherited disorder of the metabolism. We are the regional IMD service for London and the south east.
  • Intensive care unit (PICU)
    Description
    Our intensive care unit, known as PICU, cares for critically ill children. It includes the South Thames Retrieval Service, a transport service for children who need intensive care.
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