Erlegh House, University of Reading
Our Reading Child and Adolescent Mental Health service (CAMHS) is based at Erlegh House, Reading University and helps young people aged up to 18 who have mental health difficulties.
Information for all visitors
To protect both our patients and our staff caring for them, we’re putting new guidelines in place for visitors due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Please read these before coming to our clinics and hospitals or receiving care in your home.
Our general opening hours are:
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We have the following facilities at Erlegh House, including:
- Wheelchair and step-free access
- Access to disabled toilets
- A translation service
- A braille translation service
- A signing service
We have free patient parking on site. In most cases, patients will be sent a permit with their appointment letter. Alternatively, you can request one from the main reception on arrival.
There is also ample visitor parking but again, permits must be collected from reception and displayed.