The paediatric team provides inpatient and community paediatric services, including services for newly born children.
We have a neo-natal unit with 12 cots (including 3 intensive care/high dependency) for babies born at 27 weeks gestation or more. Our Children’s Unit is a 24 bedded facility, covering both day cases and acute admissions. Our community nursing team provides support to children at home. We seek to provide advice and support in prevention of avoidable admission. Our outpatient clinics accommodate both routine and urgent appointments.
If your child is coming to the hospital for an appointment or as an inpatient, we have made a short film for you to watch with them so that they know what to expect:
The paediatrics team also provides a number of specialist clinics:
Allergy Specialist allergy clinic, predominantly dealing with food allergies as well as other allergic conditions. Dr Davey.
Audiology Paediatric audiology is run by the audiology team please click here for further information.
Cardiology Treating heart murmurs, cyanosis, heart failure and cardiac conditions in children. Dr Babirecki.
Community paediatrics We look after children with developmental problems, including problems with learning, communication and movement. Dr Ward, Dr Murray, Dr Bowring and Dr Krishnan.
Please click here for further information on our community paediatricians.
Diabetes A full paediatric diabetes service is available. Dr Lennon.
Endocrinology Treating hormone deficiencies and growth problems. Dr Hayes.
Ear, nose and throat Our paediatric ear, nose and throat clinic is run at Airedale Hospital by visiting consultants from Bradford Royal Infirmary.
Haematology Treating problems relating to the blood, including anaemia and clotting. Dr Naganna
Metabolic disorders Specialist clinic dealing with metabolic conditions. Dr Beadle.
Nephrology and Urology Treating UTI, enuresis, renal disease and urological abnormalities. Dr Savill.
Neurology We treat fits, faints, funny turns, epilepsy and headaches. Dr Bala