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

Our hospital services

 

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  • Imaging service

    Description
    Our radiology team provides imaging services such as x-rays and ultrasounds to help diagnose and treat patients at Evelina London.
  • 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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  • Dental services
    Description
    Our state-of-the-art children's dental centre is based at St Thomas' Hospital.
  • Dermatology
    Description
    The dermatology service provides a wide range of services for children and young people with skin disorders.
  • Desmopressin intranasal spray: Information for parents and carers
    Description
    This leaflet contains all the information about desmopressin intranasal spray (Octim®), including how to give it, why is it prescribed, and side effects.
  • Diabetes service
    Description
    Our diabetes service supports children and young people with the condition.
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