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 Public Holidays - the Practice is closed 25 & 26 December 2017 and 1 & 2 January 2018

Community Midwives

There is a community midwife based at Carden Medical Centre. As soon as your pregnancy is confirmed she will provide you with all the care and information you require to have a happy, healthy pregnancy. During your pregnancy she arranges informal Parenthood Educational where mums and dads come together to share knowledge and experiences - these sessions will be held at Carden and include patients of nearby practices.

The midwife’s antenatal and booking clinic is held on a Thursday morning. She will visit you in your home following the birth of your baby until the baby is ten days old.

Community Nurses

District nurses are qualified nurses who care for patients in their own homes, as well as in health centres and GPs surgeries. They have had extra training to enable them to advise patients on nursing problems.

The district nurse will teach patients about self care and will show carers how to cope in their absence. Their duties range from dressings, injections etc. to care of the terminally ill.

District nurses based in Carden also liaise with the Direct Delivery teams who then visit housebound people who need nursing care. 

The District Nurses can be contacted on 01224 846680, Monday-Friday 8.00am-4.00pm. They will check their answerphone early morning and in the afternoon - as the nurses are usually out visiting during the morning.

Attached Staff

Occupational Therapy & Care Manager -

Also within the community team we have Jackie Smith Occupational Therapist, based at Carden House.

Jackie can be contacted on 01224 555376 An occupational therapist is involved in the assessment and treatment of people of all ages with a disability to enable them to remain as independent as possible within the community

Health Visitors

The Health visitors are Nicola Dickie and Marie Mulvaney. Both work full time and deal mainly with children under 5 and their families although they are available for support for any patient with disabilities. The health visiting team also have a remit for ensuring care of the elderly.

The health visiting team can be contacted on 01224 846677, Monday-Friday 8.00am until 4.30pm and are based at the surgery. The ansaphone is checked for messages several times each day.

 
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