Specialist clinical care tailored for infants, children and adolescents.

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If your child is struggling with a health condition, you can choose to see a consultant privately at Spire Healthcare. Our hospitals work together to offer a full range of paediatric services from initial consultation and diagnosis through to treatment and surgery.

At Spire Wellesley Hospital we see children from 0 - 18 years for outpatient consultations and treat children aged 3 – 18.

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Children and Young People's treatments

We offer treatments across a wide range of childhood illnesses and diseases including:

  • Ear, nose and throat (ENT) including tonsils, adenoids, grommets and tongue tie
  • Skin treatments for rashes, psoriasis and other skin complaints
  • Urology including circumcision
  • Bones and joint conditions 
  • Gastroenterology
  • General surgery including hernias
  • Gynaecology and obstetrics
  • Radiology
  • Dermatology

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Children's services

Essex's Spire Wellesley Hospital in Southend provides private paediatric care for children between the ages of three and 16 years. We have registered nurses for sick children working together with consultants from areas such as ear, nose and throat (ENT), orthopaedics, urology, general and plastic surgery and general paediatric medicine to ensure the very best care available. X-ray, ultrasound, MRI and CT scanning are also available at the Wellesley if required. We also have paediatrically trained anaesthetists who work alongside the surgical specialists to provide the most comprehensive care for your child. Ask your GP to refer your child to Spire Wellesley Hospital.

Our specialist team

Meet the consultants who are part of our expert team here at Spire Wellesley Hospital.

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Safeguarding children and adults

Safeguarding continues to be a high priority and Spire Healthcare is committed to safeguarding adults, children, young people and looked after children. All healthcare staff have a duty to recognise and respond to safeguarding children or adults issues. Safeguarding is a range of activities from promoting health and wellbeing to protection from harm.

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