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  • Our Patient Group met again on 13th February 2017.  Please click here to see the minutes of our recent Patient Group meeting.

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Community Midwives

0117 373 7117

If you are considering becoming pregnant, feel free to contact the midwives for up-to-date health advice.

The midwifery team care for all mothers during pregnancy and after birth, and provide a home birth service. They run antenatal classes which cover all aspects of labour and life with a new baby. There is also a weekly breastfeeding support group.

Booking appointments (first appointments) can be made directly through the midwives or through the GP receptions, but follow-up appointments are made with the receptionists.

Community Nurses

Tel: 0117 9895900

The nursing team aim is to provide skilled, evidence-based nursing care to predominantly housebound patients. The district nurse assesses the health and health related needs of patients and their supportive networks (e.g. their carer), and works together with other members of the primary health care team to provide effective care. The district nurse is also responsible for carrying out any treatment prescribed by your doctor which requires special nursing skills.

Health Visitors

0117 950 7000

We have health visitors attached to the practice, who offer health information and support to the whole family. They visit new parents once the midwife has completed her support, and offer advice on maintaining good health, on childcare and behaviour, and on minor illnesses. The health visitors also run a drop-in baby clinic every Thursday afternoon, and a post-natal group on a Friday morning both at Brynland Avenue Church Hall. Other appointments can be made in your own home or at the surgery. Health visitors hand over your child’s health record to the school nurse at school entry.

 
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