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Community Midwives

Care for pregnant women is usually shared between the community and midwives, your doctor and the hospital. Our Community Midwives aim to offer continuity by providing care throughout pregnancy, birth and the initial postnatal period.


Midwives Antenatal Clinics:


If you are pregnant there is no need to see your doctor, you may book directly with the midwife by completing a pregnancy questionnaire available on this website or from reception. Neither the Doctors nor the midwives routinely perform pregnancy tests.


The midwives will contact you to arrange a home booking visit.

Community Nurses

Community Matron


Community matrons are highly experienced, senior nurses who work closely with patients (mainly those with a serious long term condition or complex range of conditions) in a community setting to directly provide, plan and organise their care.


Community District Nurse Team


Direct Telephone Line: 01252 335670


The District Nurse Team provide skilled nursing care to patients who have an acute, chronic or terminal illness in their own homes and the GP surgery. District Nurses also offer advice and support to patients, their families and carers to enable them to be as independent as possible.


District Nurses can provide:



  • Nursing care to patients who are unable to attend their GP surgery

  • Professional advice and support to their patients, their families and carers to enable them to be as independent as possible

  • Skilled nursing care for acute, chronic and terminally ill patients.


How to contact the District Nurses:



  • By Direct Line 01252 335670 or

  • Ask the receptionist to leave a message for the District Nurses or

  • Through your Doctor, Practice Nurse, Midwife or Health Visitor


If you require help with personal hygiene, housework, shopping etc - please contact ALDERSHOT SOCIAL SERVICES on 01252 31422.

Health Visitors

Direct Telephone Line: 01252 335642


They promote good health through education, support, advice and referral to other agencies. They work with individuals, families and the whole community. They can be contacted through the surgery or on the above number. Please contact Health Visitors for advice on minor childhood illnesses/problems and immunisations.

Counsellors

The services of a trained counsellor are available at the surgery. Referral will be made by your doctor.

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