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  • Posted: 1st February 2023

    Recent technical issues with the on-line Riviam portal have been resolved and we have returned to business as usual.

  • Posted: 23rd January 2023

    Technical difficulties continue with the Children and Family Health Surrey One Stop Referral Service online portal. 

  • Posted: 23rd January 2023

    A new Inclusion Health webpage has launched today, providing useful information and resources for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities, Showmen and Boaters, families in temporary, emergency accommodation and Asylum-Seeking families living in Surrey.

  • Posted: 6th December 2022

    Group A streptococcus (GAS) is a common bacteria. Lots of us carry it in our throats and on our skin and it doesn’t always result in illness. However, GAS does cause a number of infections, some mild and some more serious.

  • Posted: 5th December 2022

    Bronchiolitis is a common chest infection that affects babies and children under 2. It's usually mild and can be treated at home, but it can be serious. It is almost always caused by a viral infection. In most cases, the respiratory syncytial virus…

  • Posted: 1st December 2022

    Our Surrey-wide 0-19 Advice Line and Chat Health text support service for secondary school students are open over the Christmas holidays but are closed on the bank holidays and at weekends. The Occupational Therapy Helpline is closed for two weeks over…

  • Posted: 15th November 2022

    Children and Family Health Surrey is delivered by three NHS service providers: CSH Surrey, First Community Health and Care and Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust.  All three providers are rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

  • Posted: 26th October 2022

    Congratulations to the Children and Family Health Surrey Specialist School Nursing team who have been shortlisted for 4 Nursing Times Awards.

  • Posted: 18th October 2022

    A new partnership has launched in Surrey putting families at the heart of improvements for local NHS community health services for 0-5 year olds. 

  • Posted: 29th September 2022

    Further modules 'Understanding your feelings (for teenagers only!)' and 'Understanding your relationships' are now available as part of the Solihull Approach's online guides for understanding your baby, child or teenager