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What is the CYPHP Health team?

The CYPHP Health team works in the community alongside other child healthcare professionals in Lambeth and Southwark. Our team includes Community Nurse Specialists and Mental Health clinicians at the front line of care, backed up by Paediatricians and a young persons’ GP lead. Our team sees children and young people that:

  • Have a diagnosis of asthma, constipation, or eczema.
  • Are between the ages of 0-16 years old.
  • Registered with a participating GP practice in Southwark or Lambeth.


What do we do?

Our specialist CYPHP Health Team look after the whole child, not just their condition. We understand that emotional and behavioural issues can be common in children and young people who have other health conditions, and that families often have other difficulties which can also influence their child’s health and wellbeing.

We do our best to arrange clinic appointments close to home, keeping in touch with other healthcare professionals involved in the child's care. So we aim to support children and families holistically, and make a real difference to their lives.


What do families have to say about us?

We’ve heard back from families who have experienced our service. 53 families who received CYPHP care between January 2019 and September 2019 said that they either agreed or strongly agreed that they:

  • Felt happy with the help that they received.
  • Received enough information.


The majority of families also either agreed or strongly agreed that they:

  • Felt listened to.
  • Would recommend the CYPHP Health team to others.

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Some of the comments that families added about the CYPHP Health Team included: 

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If you would like to know more about the CYPHP Health team, visit our website.

To read more of the latest news from CYPHP, please click here.

This is not an emergency service, please contact 999 if someone is seriously ill and their life is at risk