Health Visiting Team
Health Visitors – who are they?
A Health Visitor is a registered nurse or midwife who has completed a further degree in public health nursing to become a Specialist Community Public Health Nurse.
There is a team of Health Visitors and Community Nursery Nurses covering the Farnborough area.
Their aim is to enable both communities and individuals to keep in the best possible health. Health includes social and emotional aspects as well as physical wellbeing.
How to contact them:
Health Visitors in this area are employed by and are responsible to Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.
Tammy Ford-Whyte, Sarah Bickerton, Laura Cruse,
Sarah Hill, Beverley Hucker,
Julie Marshall, Emma Richardson, Lynne Smith,
Charlotte Timms, Zipporah Wangora, Rachel Griffiths
Community Nursery Nurses:
Georgina Nicholson, Natalie McGonigle, Kelly Scantlebury
Student Health Visitors:
Jennifer Potter and Marlene Read
Southwood Clinic, Links Way, Farnborough, GU14 0NA
Tel: 01252 533040
The Health Visitors operate an advice line and should you wish to speak with a Health Visitor, telephone advice is available between 09.00: 16:45. Calls may go through to an answering machine during busy times or when the line is engaged. They will endeavour to call you back as soon as possible, this may be the next working day.
Please click the links below for useful information provided by the Health Visiting team:
The Healthy Child Programme.docx
Protecting your baby against meningitis and septicaemia.docx
Child Health Clinics timetable
Complaints and PALS.docx