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Community Midwives

Margaret Wilkins

Melanie Unwin

Community Nurses

Rebecca Wheat

Care Home Nurse

Julie Liposists

Community Matron

Susan Warren

Alyson Kirwin

June Hopkinson

Alison Titterson

Elaine Shaw (Community Staff Nurse)

Sharon Thompson (Healthcare Assistant)

Leigh Nouch (Healthcare Assistant)

Health Visitors

Sue Harrison

Heather Rose

Liz Ball

Corrine Davis

Kate Hawksworth

Denise Cross

Brigitte Fox

Ellen Simpson

Kay Upton

Nursery Nurses

Sarah Winson 

Julie Saxby

School Nurses

Sharon Whitworth

Pam Pearce

Kay Lee

Sue Booth

Katie Jones (Community Health Assistant Practitioner)

Attached Staff

Podiatry

Jonathan Harper

Paul Hyam

Community Child Health Nurses

Helen Firth

Qualifications:

Registered General Nurse (R.G.N.) 
Registered Sick Childrens Nurse (R.S.C.N) 
Contact at Warsop Health Centre 01623 845683 or through the schools. 
Meden Comprehensive 
Sherwood Juniors 
Hetts Lane Infants 
Birklands Primary

Angela Green

Qualifications:

Registered General Nurse (R.G.N.) 
Registered Sick Childrens Nurse (R.S.C.N) 
Contact at Warsop Health Centre 01623 845683 or through the schools. 
Church Vale Primary 
Netherfield Infants 
Eastlands Junior

Community Child Health Nurses offer:-

  • A confidential service
  • Child Protection Monitoring
  • Routine surveillance and nurse health interviews
  • Assessment, implementation, evaluation and monitoring of health needs
  • Target health needs through health promotion work
  • Vaccinations and immunizations
  • Representing young people in multi-agency meetings.
  • Support for healthy schools program
  • Enuresis management
  • Behaviour management
  • Parenting support and emotional support
  • Interagency communication – including referrals to other agencies, e.g. Child & family therapy, community paediatrician, dietician etc.
  • Home Visits
  • Support special needs children in schools.
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