Norfolk Health Visiting

We deliver a 0-5 Health Visiting Service across Norfolk. Children transfer at five years of age to the School Nursing Team.

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.

All families are offered this service and so should be aware who their Health Visitor is.
Families are able to self-refer, as are GPs and other agencies with the family's consent.

Contacts and referrals for clinicians

Referral Information: Any age, Baby / Neonatal, Children, Children (Pre School), Families, Parent.

All families are offered this service so should be aware of who their Health Visitor is.

Families are able to self-refer, as are GPs and other agencies with the family's consent.

All our services can now be accessed through just one number - 0300 300 0123

Have your say about maternity services in West Norfolk

The Maternity Services Liaison Committee (MSLC) is an independent group that tells the hospital and local health decision makers about people’s experiences of local maternity services and how these can be improved so that you get the service you want locally. They would love to hear from you if you have used maternity services in West Norfolk (even if you delivered at home or in a different hospital), please give them your feedback on using the short anonymous questionnaire below:

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/MSLCquestionnaire

If you would like to see how your feedback is used and have a direct say in how services are developed, come along to one of their meetings. The committee meet five evenings a year in the Brancaster Outpatients Area at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. For more information or meeting dates please contact Tasha, the MSLC Support Officer on 01362 698216 or by emailing Tasha.higgins@communityactionnorfolk.org.uk

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