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Community Midwives

Our midwife provides regular antenatal and booking clinics.  You should make an appointment to see the midwife when you are approximately 8 - 10 weeks pregnant (these can be booked in advance) by ringing 01924 217 667.  If you need to speak to her you can ring the surgery on the same number and a message will be left for her to ring you back.

It is very important for the health of mums and babies that all antenatal and postnatal appointments are kept.  If you are unable to attend an appointment, please ring the surgery or midwife to rearrange your appointment.

Community Nurses

The District Nurses provide valuable care, mainly to patients who are housebound.  They can advise and assist on health programmes, health problems and self care at home.

They are able to perform blood tests, injections and nursing procedures to patients who cannot normally get to the surgery.  They also provide longer-term nursing care to those that require it at home.  If you feel that you need the help of a District Nurse, please speak to a doctor about it.  You can also contact them by telephone on 01924 327 591.  If you require a District Nurse urgently, please contact the surgery on 01924 217 999.

Health Visitors

The health visiting team focus their activity on children, the family and family groups within the community. Their caseload is mainly the under five year olds. The service offers general advice, support, and access to resources around child and family health/social issues and often includes referral to other members of the multi-disciplinary care team. The health visitors offer regular child vaccination clinics at the practice
 
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