Parents & Carers

CYPHP services currently suspended.

This is because the CYPHP Health Team and In-reach colleagues are working to support the NHS to manage the coronavirus and essential services. If your child has been receiving services from the CYPHP Health Team, you would have received advice and information on how to continue to manage your child's condition.

Is your child feeling unwell, or looking poorly?

You can still get help from medical professionals during the current situation.

The image below is a helpful guide which has been approved by NHS England for residents living in South East London. The guide matches a child's symptoms with the appropriate service. If your child is unwell, refer to the symptom guide to see which service may be best to support your child. You can view the document here (PDF 163 Kb).

COVID19 Message for parents

 

What is the CYPHP service?

Prior to March 2020, if you lived in Lambeth and Southwark and were worried about your child's long-term condition and the effect it was having on your family, the CYPHP team offered support to patients registered with certain practices in Lambeth and Southwark.

Our team is made up of specialist nurses and mental health and wellbeing professionals – they worked closely with specialist children's hospital doctors and your GP.

Our team specialised in:

Please take a look at the above links, to learn the answers to some frequently asked questions that parents and carers have about each condition, and to learn more about the CYPHP Health team.

If your GP is in Lambeth and Southwark you were previously able to see a specialist children's doctor in your local GP surgery rather than going to a hospital. CYPHP clinics (formerly In-reach) were available in certain GP practices in Lambeth and Southwark.

At this time, please follow the advice and guidance from Public Health England to look after yourselves and your families. The CYPHP Health Team will be in touch once services are able to resume their usual activities. 

We value feedback from local parents and carers on our service - click on our Get Involved page to learn more about upcoming opportunities to work with us, or to share your thoughts with us today.

 

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