Health Visitors & Community Nurses

The Fleet & Yateley Health Visiting Team works with families who have children under 5 years of age, providing advice on health promotion and health care. 

1st Floor, Fleet Community Hospital
Church Road
Fleet, Hants
GU51 4LY

The Community Staff Nurses provide nursing care at home. They can help, advise and provide support to families caring for the sick or elderly. Currently based at Fleet Medical Practice, but will be moving to Fleet Community Hospital mid 2019.
 
Tel: Single Point of Access For All Teams - 0300 0030050

 

Midwives

Midwives are available to provide advice on all aspects of pregnancy. They contribute to the antenatal clinic and have a statutory duty to visit every new mother after the birth.

From 20th February 2017 the midwifery team will be hosting their antenatal clinics from Fleet Hospital.  There is no need to make an appointment with your GP.  Once you reach 8 weeks, simply make an appointment to see the midwife. Our reception team can advise and provide you with details regarding booking information that you arrange directly with the midwifery team. We do not have access to their appointment diaries.

 

Hampshire Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services

Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) are an NHS service, that aims to help young people up to the age of 18 who are finding it hard to manage their emotional, psychological and mental health. CAMHS have community teams of staff across the Hampshire area who are able to support young people and families if needed, and there is likely to be a clinic near you.

www.hampshirecamhs.nhs.uk

GP Carers' Clinic in conjunction with The Princess Royal Trust for Carers

Are you a Carer? 

A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help. This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental health or substance misuse problems. Carers may even be juggling paid work with their unpaid caring responsibilities at home. The term carer should not be confused with a care worker, or care assistant, who receives payment for looking after someone. 

If you are a carer, the Carers’ Clinic may be able to help make things easier for you.  The Clinics will deliver a wide range of local support services to meet the needs of carers in the community. These range from support services catered to the carer, the needs of the person you care for and the services your council may provide.

The Clinics are hosted locally and available by appointment only arranged directly by yourself with with the Trust. 

To make an appointment or for further information contact them on:
Tel: 01264 835246
Fax: 01264 351424
info@carercentre.com