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Sheffield Children’s wants you

Sheffield Children’s wants you

29 November 2016

Young people are being invited to have their say about Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust as part of a recently launched Youth Forum. The Youth Forum is open to young people ages 12 to 18 who have had an...

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New Outpatients Department now open!

New Outpatients Department now open!

14 November 2016

We’re delighted to announce that our new main entrance and Outpatients Department were opened to families today (14 November). The bright and spacious new department has been designed with the help of patients and staff. The space looks fantastic and...

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Visit to new hospital wing by Youth Forum chair

Visit to new hospital wing by Youth Forum chair

01 November 2016

Sheffield Children’s Hospital is now just days away from opening a new wing – and members of our Youth Forum were offered an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour. Eleanor Godhard, 17, is chair of the Youth Forum and spent more than an...

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Inspection shows good, caring children’s services with areas for improvement

Inspection shows good, caring children’s services with areas for improvement

26 October 2016

Inspectors from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) said that Sheffield Children’s community health services are good overall – matching the good ratings already held by Sheffield Children’s Hospital and Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust as a whole. A variety...

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Helping young people find their voice – Stammering Awareness Day 2016

Helping young people find their voice – Stammering Awareness Day 2016

22 October 2016

What do Ed Sheeran, King Edward VI, Rowan Atkinson, Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt, and Ed Balls all have in common with around one per cent of Sheffielders? They have all stuttered or stammered (they are the same thing) in...

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The gloves are ON to fight Raynaud’s disease

The gloves are ON to fight Raynaud’s disease

18 October 2016

Young patients got specialist support at a Sheffield Children’s Hospital clinic for a condition which affects up to 10 million people in the UK. Raynaud’s is a condition which affects the way your hands and feet respond to cold...

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International star jets in from the USA to visit Sheffield Children’s

International star jets in from the USA to visit Sheffield Children’s

22 September 2016

Sheffield Children’s Hospital was delighted to have a visit this week from music star Fatman Scoop. Fatman Scoop had flown in from the USA that day for a show in Sheffield, but took a couple of hours in between...

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Jack goes the extra mile for his cousin Harrison

Jack goes the extra mile for his cousin Harrison

20 September 2016

Harrison Wright from Sheffield is one of the 10,000 children in the UK living with juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Keeping on top of his condition means that he needs to have daily injections – not something every ten year...

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Health visitors share safe sleeping advice for parents

Health visitors share safe sleeping advice for parents

30 August 2016

Following a reported rise in the number of cot deaths in Yorkshire and Humberside, health visitors from Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust have been sharing the advice they give to parents about safe sleeping for babies. Things you can...

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Emily helps Sheffield Children’s in quest to fight chronic pain

Emily helps Sheffield Children’s in quest to fight chronic pain

17 August 2016

A patient at Sheffield Children’s Hospital who suffers with a number of conditions which cause her to be in chronic pain has been able to complete her GCSEs and even attend prom. These two achievements would have been unimaginable...

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November 2021: Our guidance for inpatients at Sheffield Children's has changed. Two named parents/carers may be permitted in inpatients only.See more about our guidance about inpatients
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