Our 0-19 team runs the National Immunisation Programme for secondary schools. This includes:
- The HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccine for 12-13 year old girls, Year 8
- The DTP (diphtheria, tetanus and polio) vaccine for 14-15 year old girls and boys in Year 9
- Meningitis (Men ACWY) vaccine for 14-15 year old girls and boys in Year 9.
Most girls who have the vaccination will reduce their risk of getting cervical cancer by 70%.
Cervical cancer develops in the cervix (the entrance to the womb). It is caused by a virus called the human papillomavirus or HPV.
Cervical cancer can be very serious. After breast cancer, it is the most common women's cancer in the world. In the UK, around 3000 cases of it are diagnosed every year and about 1000 women die from it. View the form here to view the form.
2017 - 2018 vaccination dates for schools in the mid Surrey area (see team details below for the areas this covers).
2017 - 2018 vaccination dates for schools in the south west, north west and north east Surrey area (see team details below for the areas this covers).
Meningococcal ACWY, diphtheria, tetanus and polio vaccines
When you are having your Td/IPV boosters and Men ACWY vaccine, it's a good idea to check with the nurse or doctor that all your other immunisations are up to date (for example, MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), and, for some people, hepatitis B).
It's particularly important to check that your MMR immunisation is up to date because some teenagers have not had two doses of MMR.
Consent forms and information leaflets are sent out via your child's school at the appropriate time. Young people in secondary school who are assessed as competent by nurses can legally self-consent for any immunisation.
The nurse will check the consent form and ensure your child is well and able to have their immunisations that day. If your child is unwell or absent, a letter will be sent home regarding a new appointment.
We have increased the number of community catch-up clinics offering the MMR vaccine between May and August 2018 in response to the measles outbreak in Surrey.
If you are not sure if your teenager is fully vaccinated, please ask your GP or practice nurse to check their records.
If teenagers are not fully vaccinated, you can make an appointment for vaccination at one of our catch-up clinics.
Teams and contact details
Mid Surrey area (covering Banstead, Dorking, East Elmbridge, Epsom, Ewell, Leatherhead and Tattenham)
|Area teams (includes school nursing teams)||Location||Tel|
|Banstead and Tattenham 0-19 Team||Tattenham Health Centre||01737 361 031|
|Dorking 0-19 Team||Medwyn Centre||01306 748 901|
|East Elmbridge 0-19 Team||Molesey Clinic||020 8979 6464|
|Epsom and Ewell 0-19 Team||Epsom Clinic||01372 730 040|
|Leatherhead 0-19 Team||Leatherhead Clinic||01372 384 300|
East Surrey area (covering Redhill, Reigate, Merstham, Horley, Oxted, Caterham and Lingfield)
|East Surrey Immunisation Team||Forum House, Redhill||01737 775 465|
West Surrey area (covering Woking, Guildford, Runnymede, Spelthorne, West Elmbridge, Surrey Heath and Waverley boroughs)
|North West Surrey School Nursing Team (covering mainstream
schools in the boroughs of Runnymede, Surrey Heath and Woking)
|Woking Community Hospital,
|01483 846 201|
|Runnymede School Nurse team||The Grove Community Health Centre,
|01784 430 522|
|Guildford School Nurse Team (covering mainstream schools
in the Guildford and Waverly boroughs)
|60 Stoughton Road,
|01483 783 171|
|Waverley School Nurse team||Farnham Hospital & Centre for Health,
|01483 782 092|
|North East Surrey School Nursing Team (covering mainstream
schools in Spelthorne and West Elmbridge boroughs)
66 Stanwell Road,
01784 883 695
(secure answerphone service)
|West Surrey Immunisation Team||Goldsworth Park Health Centre
|01483 728 201 ext. 377|
For further information
- To follow up a referral
For example, for developmental paediatrics or therapy services such as speech and language therapy. Contact the One Stop referral centre (tel: 0300 222 5755, Option 2) and they will be able to advise.
- For advice or questions about your child's health
- 2 year development checks
- Referrals for ASD, ADHD or another neurological/developmental condition
Your GP will need to make a referral. Visit the Developmental Paediatrician service page for more information about these services in Surrey.
- Access to mental health services
Your GP needs to refer your child via MINDSIGHT Surrey CAHMS
- Hearing concerns
Contact the Audiology service
- Concerns or complaints about a Children and Family Health Surrey service
If your query is not covered by the routes above, please use the form below to contact us.