Who do I see?
Community Pharmacy or Health Visitor
About Health Visitors
Community nurses (also known as health visitors) are registered nurses who work in the community: in people’s homes, in schools and in local surgeries and health centres. The people they work with may be ill or have a disability.
Community nurses also look after people whose health may be particularly vulnerable, such as older people, children, or people with learning disabilities. They visit people at home to provide health care – for example, changing dressings or giving injections – and help people get any home nursing aids and equipment they need.
Please contact the Practice for further information about your Health Visitor.