Children's Services

Our children’s department hosts a number of specialist clinics and services for patients on an appointment basis as well as two inpatients wards, one for children and one for premature and tiny babies.

Our services

  • Paediatric Emergency Department (A&E)
  • Paediatric Inpatient Ward
  • Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU)
  • BCG Vaccination Clinic
  • Jaundice clinic
  • Under 10s phlebotomy service 
  • Asthma nurse-led clinics
  • Dietician-led clinics
  • Neonatal outreach
  • Coeliac clinics
  • Food challenges 
  • Visiting consultant-led clinics 
  • Physiotherapy clinics
  • General paediatric outpatients clinics
  • Rapid access referral clinics
  • Diabetes 
  • Allergy and dermatology
  • Epilepsy
  • Rheumatology
  • Oncology
  • Surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Child Development Centre
  • Endocrinology
  • Nephrology
  • Long-covid 
  • Chronic Fatigue

Children’s outpatient unit for daytime appointments

Our Children’s Unit, Outpatients 6, is ran by a small, friendly team, provide care and treatment to children aged 0-16 years in Surrey.

It is based on Level B of our Guildford hospital. We have six consultation rooms used for both virtual and face-to-face clinics for all our sub-specialities.

We accept referrals to our outpatient unit from GPs (private and NHS), dentists, opticians and community services and other hospitals.

Opening Times: Monday to Friday 8.30-5pm
Contact: 01483 571 122 ext 6944

Outpatient Nursing Team

  • Matron: Ellen Parker
  • Senior Sister: Nicola Waghorn
  • Staff Nurse: Georgia Anderson
  • Health Care Assistant: Margaret Shepherd
  • Newborn Nurse Consultant: Jo Macleod

Outpatient Consultant Team

Hascombe Inpatient Ward

Hascombe Ward is a 23 bed general paediatric ward and Paediatric Assessment Unit at the Royal Surrey Hospital in Guildford, Level F. We provide care to children of all ages and their families with a wide variety of physical and mental health conditions. Read more about Hascombe Ward.

Special Care Baby Unit

Our Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) provides neonatal care for babies 31 weeks’ gestation and above, or birth weight equal to or over 1250g. The unit has 10 cots which consist of four high-dependency cots and six special care. It is able to provide short-term ventilation until transfer to a specialist centre can be arranged. Find out more about our SCBU.

Paediatric Oncology Shared Care Unit

We are a level 2 Paediatric Oncology Shared Care Unit (POSCU) and we share care with the Royal Marsden, Great Ormond Street and University College London Hospitals. We care for children and teenagers with cancer from birth up to 19 years of age.