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At Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, we treat children aged 3 – 18 and offer a full outpatient service for children including taking blood and minor procedures if necessary.
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We see children from 0 - 18 years in our Outpatient Department for consultations. Consultations are with a consultant of your choice, and are usually within 24 hours, subject to the consultant’s availability.
Your child can be seen by a paediatric specialist consultant within the chosen area of specialty - whether it be Ear, nose and throat (ENT), general surgery, orthopaedic surgery, plastic surgery, oral surgery, urology or ophthalmology. Each of our specialists has comprehensive experience treating children within the NHS.
We see and treat all age groups in our Physiotherapy and Radiology departments. Access is fast and if any invasive radiology or physiotherapy is required, this is only done with support from our paediatric nurses.
We also offer a specialist paediatric physiotherapy service to treat conditions such as developmental problems, cerebral palsy, children with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and sports injuries.
We can admit children aged 3 - 18 years for surgery, as a day case patient. Surgery is usually within two weeks, subject to the consultant’s schedule.
We know that when children need to come in to hospital, it can be an anxious time for the whole family – that’s why we offer you and your child an opportunity to visit the hospital prior to admission, become familiar with the surroundings and meet the experts who will be involved in their care.
If surgery is needed a specialist paediatric nurse will be assigned to your child for the duration of their stay to ensure that all their needs are met.
Yvonne Bowkett joined Spire Parkway Hospital as the first dedicated Paediatric Lead Nurse, having previously had 13 years experience at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Yvonne manages the Children and Young People service at Spire Parkway Hospital and will also manage the Children and Young People pre-assessment clinic, working on the ward and outpatient department. Yvonne is supported by several experienced children’s nurses from Birmingham Children’s Hospital.
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