Integrated Children’s Service 

  • Where to find the Children’s Service

    All our children’s clinics are held at the Children and Young People’s Unit which is located at the Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing on the main UCLH hospital site. The address is:

    Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing (EGA)
    University College Hospital
    235 Euston Road
    NW1 2BU

  • About the Children’s Service

    The Children’s Service has been established to provide complementary care alongside orthodox treatments. The clinic sees children up to 18 years old with a wide variety of illnesses.

    Our clinics offer a patient-centred holistic approach, safely integrating complementary medicine appropriately in a variety of conditions, including dietary and lifestyle advice and symptom management.

  • Aims of the service and treatments

    Our team is led by a Consultant Paediatrician. All our doctors have trained in complementary therapies.

    The team works closely with the UCLH Paediatric and Adolescent teams and other professionals elsewhere who are involved in your child’s care. All the treatments discussed by the children’s clinic team can be used safely alongside conventional treatments. We can also offer advice to parents and young people on both conventional and complementary treatments.

    Children with serious medical conditions need to be under Paediatric care elsewhere in addition to this service.

  • What do we treat?

    • Pain syndromes (including chronic pain, and chronic tension-type headache and migraine)
    • Rheumatic conditions, such as juvenile arthritis
    • Skin diseases, such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, urticaria, vitiligo, molluscum and warts
    • Recurrent infections, such as tonsillitis, ear infection (otitis), bronchitis and herpes
    • Allergic disorders, such as hay fever, asthma and multiple food intolerances
    • Bowel disorders, such as gastro-oesophageal reflux, constipation, abdominal migraine, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease
    • Feeding difficulties
    • Managing stress and anxiety
    • Sleep problems
    • Functional developmental and learning problems including autism spectrum disorders
    • Behavioural concerns and disorders including hyperactivity and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

    The team also provides advice on complementary treatments for symptoms associated with childhood cancers.


  • Your appointment

    If you are unable to attend your appointment please let us know at least 48 hours beforehand so we can offer your appointment to someone else. If you do not attend your appointment without telling us we may refer you back to your GP.

    Following your treatment you will be referred back to your GP.

  • Professional education and training

    The RLHIM is also a teaching hospital and from time to time other healthcare professionals may observe in outpatient clinics as part of a training course. We will always ask your permission for students to sit in during your consultation. You do not have to have students present if you would prefer not to.
  • Patient information

 Contact details

Integrated Children's Service
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Wing
Children and Young People’s Unit
235 Euston Road
London, NW1 2BU

Patient enquiries
Telephone: 020 3448 2000

GP enquiries
Telephone: 020 3448 2000
Fax: 020 3448 2004
Email: (not for referrals)

Service manager - Loretta Chinwokwu
Email: (not for referrals)