Our hospital services

 

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  • Occupational therapy

    Description
    Our occupational therapy service works with children and families to support them to carry out daily tasks such as playing, getting dressed and washing.
  • One small step gait laboratory

    Description
    The gait laboratory assesses children with movement problems from the age of three years, and advises doctors and physiotherapists on treatment strategies.
  • Operations

    Description
    Our pre-assessment clinic makes sure that children are fit to have an operation. Watch our helpful pre-assessment and operation day videos.
  • Ophthalmology (eye)

    Description
    Our eye service treats children with conditions that affect vision and the eyes.
  • Orthopaedics and spinal surgery

    Description
    About our orthopaedics service. We are the largest dedicated children's orthopaedic unit in south London.
  • Outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy (p-OPAT)

    Description
    The children's outpatient parenteral antibiotic therapy service (p-OPAT) helps to send children home from hospital early when the only barrier to their discharge is the need for intravenous (IV) antibiotics.
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  • Sickle cell and thalassaemia service
    Description
    Our children's haemoglobinopathies service sees children with sickle cell disease, thalassaemia and other disorders of the haemoglobin.
  • Skeletal dysplasia service
    Description
    About our skeletal dysplasia (SD) service. Skeletal dysplasia is related to problems with the way the skeleton has grown.
  • Sleep medicine services
    Description
    We assess, diagnose and treat children and young people who experience severe sleep problems.
  • South Thames cleft service
    Description
    The South Thames cleft service is the regional cleft lip and palate centre for the south east.
  • South Thames Retrieval Service
    Description
    Information on the South Thames Retrieval Service for families and healthcare professionals.
  • Southwark health visitors make breastfeeding baby friendly
    Description
    Health visitors have received a Certificate of Commitment from UNICEF UK (United Nation's Children's Fund) for their work supporting breastfeeding mums in Southwark. The certificate is the initial award given by UNICEF UK to breastfeeding support services who want to receive accreditation as a Baby Friendly Initiative.
  • Speech and language therapy
    Description
    Our speech and language therapists assess and manage children with a range of conditions affecting listening, language and speech.
  • Spinal surgery
    Description
    Information about having spinal surgery at Evelina London.
  • Stroke service
    Description
    The children's stroke service gives advice and treatment to children affected by stroke in infancy, childhood or in their teenage years.
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