Caring for your child from infant to adult

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Professional staff

We have a team of healthcare professionals who specialise in paediatrics. We ensure that your child is seen by best specialists.

Health advice

We provide general advise and consultation about your child’s health and well-being. Your child will be seen by knowledgeable and experieced healthcare professionals.

Our services

We provide wide range of services from mobile triage to vital signs checks and many more.

Face to Face appointments

Our team is committed to provide best care possible and we know that seeing a healthcare professional face to face significantly improves and influence health assessments and advice given. This is also much safer option compared to those that are done over the phone. Therefore, our team is solely mobile and we see patient in person rather than trying to assess over the phone.

Our Services

  • Home Triage
  • Sleep Coaching
  • E-consultation

Home Triage

Home triage or in other words, a rapid face-to-face health assessment is a service where a qualified nurse checks your child’s vital signs (pulse, oxygen, temperature, breathing rate, blood pressure) including chest, ears and throat and redirects you appropriately in a quick and timely manner- *only if your child needs further treatment or investigations.

Access this service if:

• You are not sure what services to access i.e A&E, urgent care, pharmacy, GP surgery
• You want your child to be seen urgently at home by a qualified healthcare professional
• You want to check your child’s basic observations (breathing rate, pulse, oxygen, temperature) for peace of mind
• You don’t want to take your child anywhere but rather look for advice on how to care for them at home
• You want your child to be redirected appropriately
• You want your child to be seen face to face rather than a phone call consultation

Things we can do at home on triage:

• Chest auscultation
• Ears and throat check
• Urine check
• Blood sugar check
• ECG (print outs available)
• Nebulisation (Saline)
• Oxygen delivery and/or suction (in an emergency)
• Simple wound dressings (including burns)
• Limb injuries (pulled elbow, mallet finger, sprains etc.)
• Lacerations and cuts due to head injuries or anything else
• CPR (in emergency)
• Nasogastric tube insertion
• And many more

Triage lasts up to 1 hour, depending on the child’s presenting complaint.

Sleep Coaching

At HertsNursing, we specialise in paediatric sleep training, offering personalised strategies to help infants and young children achieve healthy sleep patterns. Led by a qualified paediatric nurse and a certified sleep consultant, our approach combines evidence-based techniques with compassionate support to address various sleep challenges. We understand that each child is unique, and our customised plans are designed to respect your child’s individual needs and your family’s goals. Whether you’re navigating night awakenings, difficult bedtimes, or nap transitions, we’re here to provide the guidance you need for a restful night’s sleep

  • Please fill in our ‘contact us’ form if you would like to book this service under the contact us section. This service is not yet available in our booking system. Please bear with us.


We also offer e-consultation service via online platform

Many parents view telemedicine as an essential service for their children, even if they can now visit hospitals and clinics safely. A survey by Nemours Children’s Health and Amwell reveals that more than 60% of parents want to continue using online paediatric services in the future, including about 30% of parents who haven’t even used telehealth in the past. Telehealth use has skyrocketed in the past few years because it allows patients to receive quality healthcare services from the comforts of their homes.

However, telemedicine has greater benefits aside from being convenient:

  • Reduced family burden for health appointments
  • Faster access to healthcare
  • More accessible for children with special needs

Access this service if:

  • You are at home and cannot go outside but need urgent medical advice
  • If your child needs to have an assessment but refuses to go outside
  • If you are unsure of what to do at home
  • If you would like to consult a healthcare professional as soon as possible
  • If your preference is a virtual appointment rather than a face-to-face