Child Health

child healthHertfordshire Children's Centres provide a range of services that support parents and carers to give their child (0-5) the best start in life. They work with many partners including health visitors, midwives, schools, pre-schools, childcare providers and community groups to provide access to universal early years services.

All centres provide sessions on healthy eating, breastfeeding-support and first aid training for parents. They also distribute Healthy Start vitamins.

If you click on the link below, this will take you to the Hertfordshire County Council site where you can enter your postcode and find your nearest centre.

http://m.hertsdirect.org/services/edlearn/css/childrenscentres/

Why you should have your child immunised - please go to link below for up to date information.

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/why-vaccination-is-safe-and-important/

Child immunisations - please go to the family health tab at the foot of the screen for details of when your child should have their immunisations. You will receive a letter from child health asking you to make an appointment. It is very important that your child is immunised against various diseases - if you have any questions please call reception and ask to speak to a member of the nursing team.

Health Visitor

There is no Health Visitor at the surgery but the Health Visitor for the catchment area can be reached on 01923 470626.

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