The Health Visiting service is now implementing a phased return to face to face contacts, however some visits remain as Attend Anywhere video consultations.

At this time, we are not able to safely deliver Family Health Clinics therefore; we would encourage you to contact our service on the number above for any support or advice you need.

What services are available?

The service is available to any family with children aged 0-5 years.

Health Visitors work in collaboration with GPs, children's centres and community services to deliver universal, universal plus, universal partnership plus and community services based on the needs of the children and families in their area.

Every GP practice and children's centre has a named link health visitor for information and advice about the service or consultation regarding any child or family.

You can ask the health visitor anything, if they can't help you they will try to find someone who can help you. The health visitor can listen to you if you are worried about being hurt by someone you know or who lives with you.

If being a parent or carer makes you feel upset or sad or it is not what you thought it would be, the health visitor will be able to help you.

How can I get an appointment?

You can telephone the health visiting team to arrange an appointment. You can also get more information from:

  • Your GP
  • Your Midwife
  • Your local children's centre