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Latest News

 

Posted: 28th March 2019

On 1 April 2019 Children and Family Health Surrey launches a new Surrey-wide 0-19 Advice Line.

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Posted: 26th March 2019

This April we launch a two-year outreach programme to improve the health of local Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities.

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Posted: 26th March 2019

Our Children's Continence Service has recently been developed and improved so we can provide a more responsive and holistic service for children and families.

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Posted: 20th February 2019

This year we have had a 71% success rate for our primary school nasal flu immunisation programme.

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Posted: 4th February 2019

All 317 primary schools across Surrey are receiving a specially written book and teaching resource pack to help their Reception and Year 1 pupils develop into emotionally and mentally resilient teenagers and adults. 

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Posted: 29th January 2019

My Health Passport, the record for looked after children's medical and healthcare history, has received positive feedback from young people.  

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Posted: 25th January 2019

Following the successful launch in September, the digital resource for year 7 students has now been updated and improved.

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Posted: 21st December 2018

Parishioners of St.Johns Church bring Christmas joy to all the children looked after by our Children's Continuing Healthcare Team by donating bags of gifts for each day during advent - known as a reverse advent event.

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Posted: 16th November 2018

Chief Allied Health Professions Officer for England, Suzanne Rastrick, visited Leatherhead Hospital on 15 November to find out about our services. 

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Posted: 1st November 2018

As the weather turns colder, we have advice and tips on how to keep warm, and how to look after yourself and others.

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