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Join the celebrations with your local NHS trust

Join the celebrations with your local NHS trust

 

Over 26,000 families across Cheshire East every year are supported by our 0-19 Health & Wellbeing Service.

 

The service delivered by Wirral Community NHS Foundation Trust brings together teams such as Health Visitors, School Nurses, Perinatal Mental Health Champions, Screeners & Immunisers, Family Nurse Partnership Team, Cherubs, and many more. These services are all working together to give babies and children the best start in life.

 

On Thursday 6 July, between 10.00am-3.00pm, at Holmes Chapel Community Centre, the 0-19 services are coming together to celebrate their outstanding work in the community. With over 20 exhibition stands there’s the opportunity to meet all the different teams and learn about what they do. This event is completely FREE so just drop-in.

 

A whole host of speakers and presentations are lined up for the day including a special visit from Public Health England’s Chief Nurse, Professor Viv Bennett.

 

Andrea Johns, Professional Lead for Cheshire East 0-19 Health Visitors said: “It’s always special when we get to recognise staff for all the hard work they do, and it’s even better when we get to invite members of the public and service users to join in with the celebrations.

 

“Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet the staff who provide excellent services across Cheshire East and further improve the service we offer to children and families.”

 

Wirral Community NHS Foundation Trust 0-19 Service is delivered across Cheshire East and Wirral and is a nationally recognised service delivering on all Healthy Child Programme outcomes. It has UNICEF UK Baby Friendly accreditation and Healthy Schools status.

Last Updated: Monday, 03 July 2017 13:09

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