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Doctors          Nurses          Practice Team          Healthcare Team

Community Midwives

We have a team of midwives attached to each of the surgeries.

Care in pregnancy is provided by the practice in conjunction with the local Consultant Obstetricians and our local Midwives. Antenatal care will be carried out in the surgery during normal surgery or Ante-natal Clinic hours. (Please tell the Receptionist it is an ante-natal appointment as some may need extra time.)

Community Nurses

We have a team of district nurses assigned to both surgeries. They provide specialised nursing support for house bound patients with nursing needs.

Health Visitors

Jean Miller

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.

As part of the Healthy Child Programme, the health visitor will be offering an antenatal contact between 28 and 36 weeks either in a group session or as an individual. Also your child will be offered a health review at 8-12 months and again at 2 years.

Well Baby Clinics

3rd Monday of each month at The Oakshott Centre, Naphill and Chequers Surgery, Prestwood every Monday 13:30 – 15:00.

Child Immunisations

These are arranged centrally by Community Services and appointments will be received in the post accordingly.

Attached Staff

Mandy Bates (f)

Mandy Bates is our Social Prescriber.

Social Prescriber is a pioneering community welfare service.

Our Social Prescriber has been active since November 2019 and is now an all-encompassing service helping provide support for patients living at home that are in need of support.

Working both directly and in collaboration with over 70 local services, we help provide, coordinate and navigate the care and support that our most vulnerable patients need.

 

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