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Community Nurses

The District Nurses provide skilled nursing care within the community to people in their own homes, residential care settings and independent sector.  They provide specialist patient-focused nursing care for the chronically sick and terminally ill, particularly those who need intensive and technological care or who have specialist care needs.

They also provide leg ulcer clinics, chronic disease management in partnership with others, a continence service, health needs assessments and registered nursing care contribution assessments.

Please telephone the Care Co-ordination Centre on 0300 123 24 25 if you wish to speak to the District Nursing Team.

Health Visitors

Telephone numbers listed on suffolk.gov.uk website

Our Health Visitors work alongside the Doctors and Midwives to provide specialist advice on childcare and family problems.  The Health Visitor team offers advice on issues such as immunisation, practical support where needed, for families with children up to five years old and also runs post-natal groups in the Surgery.

As well as checking that your child is developing properly, advice can be given on sleep disorders and behavioural problems in young children.

Counsellors

The counsellor helps patients with their emotional problems and supports them in developing coping skills.

 
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