Health visiting service
Who is the service for?
Norfolk Children and Young People’s Health Services (part of Cambridgeshire Community Services NHS Trust), deliver a health visiting service across Norfolk for 0-5 year olds.
Health visitors work in collaboration with GPs, Children’s Centres and community services. They deliver universal, universal plus, universal partnership plus and community services based on the needs of the children and families in their area.
Every GP practice and Children’s Centre has a named link health visitor. The health visitor can provide information about their services and advice, or can be consulted regarding any child or family.
All families are offered the health visiting service and should be aware who their health visitor is.
How to contact your health visitor
Call health visiting services on 0300 300 0123.
How to refer to a health visitor
Referral Information: any age - baby/neo-natal, children, children (pre-school), families, parent.
All families are offered health visiting services, so they should know who their health visitor is. Families are able to self-refer, as are GPs and other agencies with the family's consent.
How does the service change between children’s services and adult services?
Not applicable. The health visiting service is for 0-5 year olds