0-19 Years

All of Surrey's children's NHS community services are now provided by Children and Family Health Surrey. Click on the image to go to the website for details of all the services.

Specialist health professionals within the Children and family Health Surrey 0-19 team help parents to understand and cope with the everyday health issues affecting them and their children – from pregnancy and child health to supporting young people up to 19 years of age. Children with additional needs are supported through specialist therapy and developmental services.

Services for the under 5s include: antenatal contact for expectant mums with a health visitor, new birth visits, support with breastfeeding and tongue tie clinics, 27 month health and development reviews, health checks during a child's first year and support with bedwetting.

School age children receive school nursing services, including: immunisations, health screening, health education and confidential drop-in health clinics. Parents can also arrange to meet their child's school nurse to discuss any concerns they may have.

Children can also be referred to therapy services, including: physiotherapy, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and dietetics. 

For information on all of Surrey's children's health services, visit: https://www.childrenshealthsurrey.nhs.uk/