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Health Visiting Services

The teams comprise of Health Visitors who are qualified nurses who hold additional specialist public health qualification. They work with a skill mix team to provide services to children, young people and families within various community settings and visits to the home (following the birth of a child). 

The Health Visiting Services have an insightful influence on the lifelong health and wellbeing of young children and their families and so they support families during the crucial early years of a child’s life (0-5years) by helping parents learn and develop the skills required to bring up their children, and our team of Health Visitors help give the new generation the best possible start in life. They work with parents, their families, and community groups to promote the health and wellbeing of children between the antenatal period and the child's 5th year of age. 

The teams lead on the delivery of the elements of the Healthy Child Programme (a universal preventative service, providing families with a programme of screening, immunisation, health and development reviews, supplemented by advice around health, wellbeing and parenting) in partnership with other health and social care colleagues.

In order to benefit from these preventative and early interventions services, it is crucial parents and their children attend the 8-15 month and 2-2.5 year Health and Development Reviews. To read information from our health visitors on these checks and why they are so important, please click here.

Who to contact


Kensington and Chelsea:

Colville Health Centre

51 Kensington Park Road,

London, W11 1PA

020 7792 7753 


World's End Health Centre

529 King's Road,

London, SW10 OUD

020 8102 4645 



The Medical Centre

7E Woodfield Road,

London, W9 3XZ

020 7266 8722 


Bessborough Centre

1 Bessborough Street,

London, SW1V 2JD

020 8102 3502 


Lisson Grove Health Centre

Gateforth Street

London, NW8 8EG

020 7563 6160 


Other Details


Age Ranges
0 - 5 years

Local Offer

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When is this service available?

The service is available Mondays to Fridays 9am – 5pm, excluding Bank Holidays.

How do you access this service?

Referrals to the Health Visiting Services are made via Midwifery Services, GPs, other health service professionals and various multiagency teams’ e.g. social care. Additionally, people who have moved into the area recently are able to self-refer to our Health Visiting service.

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

CLCH have a Quality strategy to ensure we offer a service of the highest quality. We have 3 quality campaigns with 3 campaigns:

  1. Patient experience- We actively encourage feedback from our children, young people and family via comment cards, surveys, patient stories, listening events, complaints and compliments. All feedback is reviewed and action plans created to continually improve our service.

  2. Patient safety- We are open and transparent, reporting and investigating all incidents. We embed learning from incidents to prevent them from occurring again with all staff at all levels. Patient safety audits are completed and complete any actions advised.

  3. Clinical Effectiveness- The teams adhere to CLCH clinical practice standards and update these appropriately to NICE guidance. Staff are observed out in practice. Mandatory and relevant clinical training is offered to all staff and recorded and monitored

What to do if you have a complaint?

If you are not happy with the service that you have received please contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) on

Can parents and young people buy this service as part of their SEND personal budget?

No. This is a free service.

Local Offer Age Bands
Early Years (0-4 years)
Last Updated 21/04/2020

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