St Thomas’ Hospital

St Thomas’

Trust

Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Evelina London Children’s Hospital Neonatal Unit, Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7EH

Telephone

0207 188 4045

Unit Policy

Level 3 Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), providing all levels of neonatal intensive, high dependency and special care. The unit provides 24-hour specialist care for premature and sick infants who are born in south east London and southern England.
In addition to medical care for problems such as extreme prematurity, breathing difficulties and infection, they care for babies with neonatal surgical problems, heart conditions, brain, eye, airway, kidney and metabolic problems.
There are daily morning ward rounds led by the attending consultant, where parents can listen to discussions and be updated about their baby’s care. Quiet time each afternoon is an opportunity for parents to spend quality time with the baby, including partaking in kangaroo care.

St Thomas'

Visiting Hours

Unrestricted visiting hours for parents, their children and other adult family members, apart from at morning and evening nursing handover time. Children other than the baby's siblings are not allowed to visit.

Key Contact

Contact numbers
Main reception: 0207 188 4045
NICU: 0207 188 8847
SCBU: 0207 188 8846
Secretaries: 0207 188 3944
NICU attending consultant: 0776 642 2894

Neonatologists
Dr Tim Watts (head of service), Dr Grenville Fox (clinical director), Professor David Edwards (professor of paediatrics), Dr Karen Turnock, Dr Camilla Kingdon, Dr Anthony Kaiser, Dr Geraint Lee, Dr Susern Tan, Dr Gosia Radomska (associate specialist), Dr Hammad Khan, Dr Perraju Bendapudi

Matrons
Alex Phillips, Claire Alexander

Unit Facilities

WHSmith, Marks & Spencers, AMT Coffee
Natwest cashpoint
Accommodation for parents: Ronald Macdonald House based at the Guy's Hospital site, Simon Hotel within Gassiot House at St Thomas’ site and 3 ‘rooming in’ rooms

Public Transport & Car Parks

Close to Waterloo railway station and Westminster, Waterloo and Lambeth North underground stations. There are also many local bus routes.
A small amount of car parking space is available but this is not free.

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