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Community Midwives

Jane Cotton (f)
Mandi Bradley (f)
Fiona Richmond (f)

Community Nurses

The Community Nursing Team provide nursing care for acutely ill, terminally ill and chronically sick people in their own home. Community Nurses also provide professional advice and support to patients, their families and their carers to help promote their independence and healthy living. Anyone can refer a patient to the Community Team with the patient’s permission. The Team can be contacted by calling 0300 0 0300 50

Anna Sharman (f)

Community Matron

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Health Visitors are all registered nurses with additional qualifications and specialist training in Health Promotion and Child Development. In addition to their core service to the 0 – 5 age group of monitoring child health and development, they can also be consulted for advice on other child-rearing matters, e.g. behavioural management, nutritional and parenting factors.

They also offer support during stressful times, such as relationship breakdown, social problems, bereavement or post-natal depression. The Health Visitors can be contacted at Fleet Hospital on 01252 813842
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