We provide medical advice, assessments, diagnosis and treatment for children and young people in Berkshire up to age 18 (or 19, if still in full time education).
Our team helps manage a range of childhood disabilities and disorders through our community clinics.
As well as managing a range of childhood disabilities and disorders, we also help to provide services for safeguarding children and young people, and we work with ‘looked after’ children in foster care.
We see children with concerns relating to:
Our East Berkshire teams operate from our main clinics in Upton Hospital, St Marks Hospital and the Margaret Wells-Furby Clinic in Bracknell, as well as clinics in Arbour Vale School in Slough, Manor Green School in Maidenhead and Kennel Lane School in Bracknell.
Our clinics are designed specifically for children and young people. We have child changing facilities, access for pushchairs/wheelchairs, and disabled, children and family car parking spaces at the front of our clinics.
We aim to be flexible and can adapt to our patients’ clinical needs, social circumstances, ethnicity and culture.
We accept referrals from GPs or other health professionals, including health visitors and school nurses who’ve been working with your child.
Referrals should be made through our Children, Young People and Families (CYPF) HealthHub:
If your referral is urgent, please phone 0300 365 1234.
Once we’ve accepted a referral, we’ll allocate a doctor and arrange to see your child within 18 weeks. We’ll send you a letter confirming the appointment date approximately three weeks in advance.
If we can’t accept the referral, we’ll notify the person who made the referral immediately.
Our services are located at:
St Mark's Road
15 Great Hollands Square
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