Baby Clinics Hertfordshire
Health service clinics in Hertfordshire for health monitoring and advice for parents of babies.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
This is a multidisciplinary service that interfaces with Children's Services (social care) to provide emotional and mental health support for those aged 0-18 engaged with a range of services
children and young people's epilepsy service East and North Herts
The children and young people's epilepsy service runs dedicated epilepsy clinics with a specialist epilepsy nurse and consultant paediatrician, with a specialist qualification in epilepsy.
Children's Community Medical Team
A team of doctors providing specialist care for children with developmental difficulties or disability. Includes safeguarding.
Childrens Continuing Care Team East and North Herts
We have a team of highly experienced and skilled support workers who provide specialist nursing care under the direction of two Registered Paediatric Nurses to children with complex health needs in the Community.
Children's Continuing Care Team West Hertfordshire
The Children's Continuing Care Team provides nursing support to children with complex health needs within the West Hertfordshire locality.
Children's Eye Service
The Children's Eye Service monitors and treats children with reduced vision and related eye conditions.
Children's Hearing Service
Family friendly assessment involving diagnosis, rehabilitation and management of the needs of children with hearing impairment from 0-18 years of age.
Children's Occupational Therapy
Supporting children and young people with their independence in all aspects of daily living.
Our service offers a child and family centred approach to children and young people who are registered with a GP in Hertfordshire and who have a physical disability or condition that impacts on their development and their functional daily activities at home or in school.Children's Physiotherapy is a specialist team providing services to children and young people to promote health and preserve and improve the best possible functional level of the child or young person.