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Children's clinic


Your doctor may send you to the children’s clinic because we can treat lots of different things to do with skin, blood, bones and organs. Sometimes you may visit the clinic to see a doctor about a condition that you were born with, or to find out more about something that is making you unwell.

Childrens clinic

What should I bring?

red book

If you are under five years old please bring your Red Book with you.


You may want to bring a favourite toy, book,  or game.


You may want to bring some snacks or drinks, especially if you have a special diet.


If you usually take medicine you should bring this too.


If you usually wear a hearing aid or glasses you should bring this too.


What is it like?

The Children’s clinic is a bright and colourful place with lots of toys, books and games. People may come to us if they need special medicine or some tests.

Sometimes you may have tests like these:

  • A doctor or nurse may listen to your heart
  • You may have a picture taken by a special x-ray machine or an ultrasound machine.
  • Sometimes the doctor or nurse will need to take a little bit of blood, poo or wee to test
  • You may have your temperature taken with a thermometer

Meet the friendly staff



Hello my name is Sue and I'm a Matron




Useful contacts

Children's Clinic
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Craven Road

0118 322 7530 /7531


    Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust,
    London Road,
    RG1 5AN
    Email us
    Tel: 0118 322 5111