London North West Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of services for children at our different hospital sites - Central Middlesex, Ealing and Northwick Park Hospitals as well as in the community.

We deliver family-centred care with parents and extended families joining with the hospital team which is the key to paediatric care today. Everything is planned in discussion with children's families who are encouraged to play an active part whilst the child is under our care.

Central Middlesex Hospital

  • Paediatric day surgical service, Monday to Friday, from 8am to 5pm, providing day surgery facilities for children undergoing minor surgical procedures.  
  • Paediatric outpatients (such as general paediatrics, epilepsy, diabetes and allergies) Monday to Friday
  • The Brent Sickle Cell and Thalassemia Centre
  • Community care team are based here

The GP led urgent care centre treats adults and children and is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. It is located at Central Middlesex Hospital although managed and provided by Greenbrook Healthcare.

Ealing Hospital

  • Paediatric  outpatients (such as general paediatrics, diabetes, allergies and infectious diseases) Monday to Friday
  • Paediatric day care Monday to Friday, from 8am to 5pm.  Paediatric day-care unit cares for children who attend for special investigations, treatment and blood tests.
  • Community nursing team and continuing care nursing team

Our community children's nursing team provides expert support for children and families at home as part of the continuing care in Ealing. The team will be based at Ealing Hospital alongside our other children’s services to ensure seamless care between hospital and care in the community. We work in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital providing shared care in the community for oncology children. We work closely with the community child development team to care for children with long-term disabling conditions.

The above services are provided on level 10 at Ealing Hospital. As much as possible our treatment for children takes place on a day care basis which is welcomed by children and parents. Being able to recover in the familiar surroundings of home makes the experience far less traumatic. 

All our facilities for children are designed to make their visit as pleasant and non-intimidating as possible for our young patients.

Ealing UCC

 Ealing UCC 

Ealing Hospital has a 24 hour a day, seven days a week urgent care centre for children   and adults who require urgent medical help.  The urgent care centre provides treatment for minor injuries and illnesses that are urgent but not life-threatening.  Examples include sprains and strains, minor burns to small areas, minor cuts, including those needing stitches, common infections such as chest, ear or throat and minor broken bones.  

The UCC at Ealing Hospital is managed by Greenbrook Healthcare working in partnership with LNWHT. More information: http://www.ealingccg.nhs.uk/your-services/urgent-care-centres.aspx

 Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospital 

The service at Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospital provides inpatient beds on Jack’s Place children’s ward, which also has a Day Care unit.   

  • A dedicated children’s accident and emergency department within the main Emergency Department.
  • The PAU, paediatric assessment unit, is located within the children’s emergency department. The unit contains 4 beds and cares for children who require hospital stays of up to 24 hours. The PAU aims to avoid an inpatient hospital admission by ensuring senior paediatric medical assessment, early treatment and observation and where clinically possible discharge home for ongoing care by parents.
  • Paediatric outpatient clinics (such as general paediatrics, cardiology,endocrinology, enuresis, respiratory, community clinics, infectious diseases, diabetes, rheumatology and allergy) take place in the children’s outpatient department (on Chaucer unit) Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
  • Community paediatric nurses
  • A dedicated neonatal intensive care unit for children born prematurely or new-born babies with other problems.

Central Middlesex Hospital

The Rainbow Children's Unit is located on the ground floor of the hospital, to the right of the main entrance or to the left of A&E and all outpatient clinics are done here.


Paediatric secretaries (Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm)
Tel - 020 8453 2311, 020 8453 2121 or 020 8453 2397

Rainbow Children's Centre: Outpatient clinics and blood tests (by appointment only)
(Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm)
Tel - 020 8453 2065
Fax - 020 8453 2090 

Ealing Hospital
Children's healthcare is based on level 10 of the hospital.


Tel - 020 8967 5641 or 020 8967 5570

Northwick Park and St Mark's Hospitals
The children's unit (Jack's Place and Chaucer unit) is on Level 3 of the main ward block. Children's A&E is part of the main A&E department at the front of the hospital.


Jack's Place - Children's Ward (24/7)
Tel: 020 8869 2534020 8869 2528 or 020 8869 2529 

Paediatric Secretaries (Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm)
Tel: 020 8869 2644, 020 8869 2587, 020 8869 2640 or 020 8869 2578  

Paediatric A&E area (24/7)
Tel: 020 8869 3365, 020 8869 3366 or 020 8869 5090 

PAU (Paediatric Assessment Unit)
Tel - 07967 677 160 

Outpatients - appointments (Monday to Friday, from 9am - 5pm) 
Tel: 020 8869 2523 or 020 8869 2520 

Daycare (Monday to Friday, from 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm)
Tel: 020 8869 3131 

Dr Andrew Lloyd Evans, MA BM BCh MD MRCP FRCPCH, Consultant in Child and Adolescent Neurodisability 

Special interests: I see children with a wide range of neurological, developmental and disabling conditions. These include developmental delays, learning disabilities, physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy, epilepsy, a variety of syndromes, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Children are seen in the community, in outpatients and on the children's ward. I have had a high profile in developing services for disabled children in the UK and am Academic Convener for the British Academy of Childhood Disability. CLINICS: Monday and Thursday mornings at NPH (specialist epilepsy clinic first Thursday each month), Wednesday mornings at NPH for autism assessments or Woodlands school (primary for severe learning disability and autism), Wednesday afternoon education advice clinic, quarterly combined neuro-orthopaedic clinic, ad hoc clinics with CAMHS. PRIVATE REFERRALS (TrustPlus): via secretary on 02088693018

Mr Aasif Khan, MB ChB FRCPCH, Consultant Paediatrician

Special interests: Paediatric Allergy and Respiratory Medicine

Dr Ahmed Massoud, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Alka Thakur, Locum Consultant in Paediatrics

Mr Andrea Lomp, FRCPCH, Consultant in Community Child Health

Special interests:
Paediatric Neurodisability Behavioural difficulties Paediatric sleep medicine Child Protection

Dr Caroline Oren, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Gerald Hanson, MB ChB, MRCPCH, Consultant in Paediatrics

Special interests: Paediatric cardiology, rheumatology.

Dr Indrani Banerjee, Consultant in Community Paediatrics

Special interests: Behavioural difficulties and emotional disorder. Immunisation Advisor for NWLH and Harrow PCT. Paediatric Neurodisabilities

Dr Kerry Day, Locum Consultant in Paediatrics

Mr Mair Jones, Locum Consultant Paediatrician

Dr Michele Afif, MBBS, BSc, MSc, MRCPCH, Consultant Paediatrician

Dr Mitchel Blair, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Paul Mannix, MBBS MD MRCP FRCPCH, Consultant in Paediatrics

Mr Siske Struik, Consultant Paediatrician

Special interests: HIV, TB and infectious diseases. Work days: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.

Dr Warren Hyer, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Wolfgang Muller, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Ximena Poblete, Consultant in Community Paediatrics

Dr Benjamin Jacobs, MBBS, MSc, MD, FRCPCH, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Deborah Bird, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Ashutosh Joshi, Consultant in Paediatrics

Dr Oluwakemi Bako, Consultant in Paediatrics


On June 30 2016 planned changes were made to the children’s services at Ealing Hospital designed to improve care across NW London. As a result of these changes A&E services are no longer available for children at Ealing Hospital. Ambulances will take children to a hospital with a children's A&E either: West Middlesex, Hillingdon, Northwick Park, Chelsea and Westminster or St Mary’s hospitals depending on the child’s needs.

Urgent Care Services 24/7 continue to be provided at Ealing Hospital for children and adults.

More information about these changes is available at this link - https://www.healthiernorthwestlondon.nhs.uk/bettercare/hospitals/childrensservices