On this page you will find all the wards for Leeds Children's Hospital
A&E (3 films)
Children's A&E as well as transition films for the LGI and St James's Hospital.
CSAL (1 films)
This is Tracy Cryer who will welcome you to CSAL which is the Children's Surgical Admissions Lounge.
Dialysis (2 films)
Visit the Paediatric Dialysis Unit at Leeds Children's Hospital. Sarah takes us on her visit for dialysis, so other young people know what it will be like.
Haematology and Oncology (13 films)
There are lots of films in this section, from ward films to cancer Information films.
Neonatal (7 films)
Neonatal ward films as well as Information films.
Outpatients (1 films)
This is Sandra Garbutt who will welcome you to Children's Outpatients.
Paediatric Radiotherapy (3 films)
What happens in the Radiotherapy department.,Sarah goes through gamma knife step by step to give us an understanding of how it works. And we see inside the Mould room.
Therapies (8 films)
What to expect if you/your child needs to attend the Therapy Department. The hydrotherapy pool, a parents perspective and home Exercises.
CAT Unit (2 films)
We get a tour of the CAT Unit from Lucy Lewty
Ward L30 (2 films)
Sister Gemma Jones who will welcome you to Ward L30. This is the specialist medical unit which also looks after patients with Cystic Fibrosis. There is also a film with advice on Covid-19 in relation to the ward.
Ward L31 (7 films)
Films here include, Hickman Line, Chemo Duck, having a port fitted, thumb and prick.As well as a good look round the ward.
Ward L32 (3 films)
This is Graham Douglas who will welcome you to Ward L32 which is the Children and Teenage Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. We also meet the outreach team and the ward make a film about International Nurses Day.
Ward L33 (6 films)
Lots of films to see here including, Sam talks to us about his diagnosis of Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia and how he has dealt with the treatment so far. Sam gives tips on taking tablets as well as talking about how it has affected his education and family.
Ward L38 (2 films)
We hear from Hanna Robinson about the ward and how it runs on a day to day basis.