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Community Midwives

 Amy Jasper and Kelly Francis

The community midwife provides care during and immediately after pregnancy at the surgery or home.

Amy works alternate weeks at the surgery on a Monday and a Thursday.

Monday is for booking appointments (1st ante-natal appointment)

Thursday is for routine ante-natal appointments.

In times of absence or sickness within the midwife team and you need to be dealt with urgently you can contact Four Woods on tel no. 01752 366795 or you can call the maternity message handling service on 01752 517888.

One of the midwives will be able to answer any questions regarding appointments and fit any ladies in who are unable to get appointments at the surgery.

Community Nurses

The district nurses team are available to help housebound patients when necessary. Requests for visits should normally be made through the surgery. If it is necessary to contact them direct, ring 01752 436716 during normal working hours or if it is out of hours call 0845 2419 130 or 01392 269475

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

They can be contacted at their own offices by telephoning 01752 434308 or 01752  314929       

Attached Staff

Counsellors - Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT). Available to see patients at the surgery for counselling. Referrals are made through the surgery to the IAPT Team. You can also self-refer by phoning 01752 -314520

St Lukes - members of the Plymouth Community Specialist Palliative Care Team work closely with our surgery. They can be contacted on 01752 314360 or through the surgery.

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