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Leeds Children's Hospital

Leeds Children's Hospital


Clarendon Wing

Leeds General Infirmary

Leeds

West Yorkshire

LS1 3EX


Tel: (0113) 2432799

The Leeds Children's Hospital, a 300 bed tertiary paediatric centre,

was formed in April 2010 after centralization of children’s services at

the Leeds General Infirmary. The hospital provides secondary care to the

infants, children and adolescent patients of Leeds and hosts all

significant tertiary specialties serving Yorkshire and beyond.Apart from

general paediatric medical services the Children's Hospital provides

specialist services in paediatric Surgery, Urology, Gastroenterology,

Pain Management, Endocrinology, Haematology and Bone Marrow

Transplantation, Immunology and Allergy, Respiratory Medicine,

Nephrology and Renal Transplantation, Oncology, Rheumatology,

Cardiology, Hepatology and Liver Transplantation, Neurology,

Neurosurgery and Neurodisability, Neonatology, Critical Care, Palliative

Care, Long Term Ventilation, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy,

Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics and Trauma, Plastic Surgery, Dermatology,

Adolescent Gynaecology, Teenage and Adolescent Cancer, Emergency

services, Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, ENT, Psychology and Child

Protection. The Children’s Hospital receives 18,000 hospital admissions

and 18,000 new referrals. It has 49,000 outpatient attendances per

year.


Paediatric Radiology services are delivered from a dedicated radiology

department within the Leeds Children’s Hospital. It is equipped with 2

general X-ray rooms (one with DR facilities), 3 dedicated paediatric

ultrasound rooms (and two mobile ultrasound machines), a fluoroscopy

suite as well as reporting room, a paediatric meeting and MDT room and

offices. Paediatric MRI is provided within the general MRI department in

Clarendon Wing (2 x 1.5T Siemens Avanto scanners) and paediatric CT

within the general CT department in Jubilee Wing (3 CT scanners) both

with dedicated paediatric waiting facilities. Nuclear Medicine services

are provided from the Cardiac Nuclear Medicine Department in Jubilee

Wing.


Within the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, the annual number of

paediatric examinations performed in 2011/12 is:

44753 plain radiographs

14704 ultrasound examinations

2282 fluoroscopic examinations

2426 Computed Tomography examinations

6421 MRI examinations

719 Nuclear Medicine examinations

The Radiology Academy is situated in the Clarendon wing of Leeds

General Infirmary and forms part of the existing Leeds and Bradford

Radiology Training Scheme. The scheme is one of the country’s largest,

with an establishment of 69 trainees and an intake of 13 registrars per

year. The Radiology Teaching Academy offers a wide range of facilities

including PACS workstations, state of the art computer equipment,

dedicated teaching rooms, two lecture theatres, a library and a skills

lab. The latter is used for both ultrasound teaching and the development

of simulator training, whilst the computer rooms are utilised for

e-learning developed as part of the Radiology-Integrated Training

Initiative. Trainees have numerous opportunities to attend MDTs,

radiological teaching sessions and courses held regularly in the

Academy.


The training scheme is held in high regard within the radiology and

wider NHS Community and places on the scheme are hotly contested.


Paediatric Radiologists

Dr Annmarie Jeanes, subspecialty interest in Teenage and Young Adult

Oncology and Chest Imaging


Dr Jeannette Kraft, subspecialty interest in Paediatric Musculoskeletal

Imaging


Dr William Ramsden, subspecialty interest in Paediatric Oncology and

Post Graduate Medical Education


Dr Sophie Swinson, subspecialty interest in Paediatric Oncology


Dr Nasim Tahir, subspecialty interest in Paediatric Vascular Imaging

and Intervention


Dr Helen Woodley, subspecialty interest in Paediatric Gastrointestinal

and Liver Imaging


We are currently trying to obtain funding for a fellowship in

Paediatric Radiology. Hopefully at some point in the future this will be

a possibility. Currently we could consider a trainee wanting to do an

OOPE but it would depend on the number of trainees in our scheme wanting

to do paediatric radiology at the same time and the Deanery/Radiology

School. We have established post CCT Radiology Academy Fellowships which

can be done in varies specialties including paediatric radiology but

would include teaching and training duties at the Academy currently for

3 sessions/week.

Our department also runs a course in Paediatric Ultrasound and one in

Cranial Ultrasound yearly.


Written Novenber 2012 by


Dr Jeanette Kraft, TPD and Consultant Paediatric Radiologist

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