Orchard Health Visiting Team (Area: North. Locality: Banbury)

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Orchard Health Visiting Team based at:

Orchard Health Centre, Cope Road, Banbury OX16 2EZ covering the following GP Practices:

Orchard Health Centre, Cope Road, Banbury OX16 2EZ

Hightown Surgery, Hightown Gardens, Banbury OX16 9DB

Cropredy Surgery, Claydon Road, Croperdy, Banbury OX17 1FB

Windrush Surgery, 21 West Bar Street, Banbury OX16 9SA
Bradley Arcade Surgery, Bretch Hill, Banbury OX16 0LS

Health visitors are qualified nurses or midwives with additional specialist training in public health. We work with all families in Oxfordshire from pregnancy to starting school.. We lead the Healthy Child Programme, alongside our teams of community staff nurses, community nursery nurses and administrators. We support parents to give their child the best start in life. We build on a family’s strengths and when needed connect families to the right support in order to prevent problems or spot them early. We work together with parents to find solutions. As well as working on a one to one basis with families, we also provide a range of health promotion groups and support groups for parents emotional health and wellbeing. We see families at home, in a clinic/community setting or digitally. We work with other agencies such as GPs, midwives, school health nurses, early years settings, community groups, and social care services.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Orchard Health Visiting Team
Telephone
ChatHealth Health Visiting message service for support or advice: ParentLine text 0-4 years: 07312 263081 ChatHealth Health Visiting message service for support or advice: ParentLine text 0-4 years: 07312 263081
E-mail
orchardhvteam@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk

Where to go

Postcode
OX16 2EZ
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Additional Information

Providing services to
Children
Disabled children/young people

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