To find out about more about the kinds of services we have, how they can support you and how you can be referred to them use the search function in the blue box to the side of this page.
Whichever area of our service you access you can expect a high level of quality and support. We offer care in lots of ways including on wards, in the community and in social care settings. Our aim is always to treat you as close as is possible to your own home.
Our children’s service team in Wakefield provides an integrated service for children from 0-19 years, the team consists of health visitors, school nurses (including vaccinations and immunisations) and family nurses and has been commissioned by Wakefield Council and NHS England to provide services in the Wakefield Council area.
Telephone: 07712 506 274.
Our Family Nurse Partnership service supports women aged 19 and under who are expecting their first child in the Wakefield district.
Contact 01924 310130. Our health visitors provide a range of services to support you on your parenting journey, from getting ready to be parents and giving birth, to your child’s toddler years and starting school.
Telephone: 01924 310130.
Our school nurse teams work within schools, other education providers and the local community to support children and young people of school age, and those who care for them. They will work together with you to offer support and advice about how to make decisions about healthy living.
Specialist clinics for people with Learning Disabilities are held at Waddiloves Health Centre in Bradford.
If you are currently experiencing severe mental health problems or have experienced these in the past the Specialist Mother and Baby Mental Health service offers specialist short-term treatment to support your recovery during pregnancy and after birth.