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Community Midwives

The team will share both your antenatal and postnatal care with your doctor.

Community Nurses

The community nurses care for those unable to attend the surgery who need dressings, injections and other specific treatments.

They also aim to provide health promotion, health education and advice and support to all patients and their carers.

Health Visitors

Health visitors are primarily involved in the promotion of good health, health education advice and support, and the prevention and detection of ill health.

They advise on matters relating to family and child health and also assess children's development, undertake parentcraft teaching and health education work with the middle-aged and elderly.

Attached Staff

Ms Chantelle Martin

Social Prescriber - Chantelle Martin.  Please ring the surgery to speak to Chantelle at Newtons on Mon am or Thurs all day

What is Social Prescribing:
​"Many things affect your health and well being. GPs tell us that a lot of people visit them feeling isolated or lonely. Or they might be stressed out by work, housing problems or managing long term conditions" Social Prescribing can help you have more control over your own health and find ways to improve how you feel in a way that suits you... this may include links to local groups/resources, personalised care planning and support with motivation, roles, routines and meaningful activity to help you feel better.

Chantelle is a HCPC registered Occupational Therapist. ​Most recently she worked as an OT in Proactive Care/CoP Haywards Heath and has previously worked as an OT and Activity Co-ordinator for patients with Mental Health problems. She has a sports science degree and REPS Level 4 courses in Exercise and Mental Health and Obesity and Diabetes. She is interested in preventative proactive work in improving health and well-being to help individuals self manage and improve health choices. 

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