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Bromley 0 to 19 service update

We are able to provide the following:

0-4 years

Antenatal support: If you are expecting a baby, at around 26 weeks of your pregnancy you will receive a letter inviting you to contact us to book an antenatal appointment, this is in addition to your Midwife appointments.

Please see the following information from Public Health England, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and Tommy’s regarding COVID-19 vaccination:

COVID-19 vaccination: a guide for all women of childbearing age, pregnant or breastfeeding – GOV.UK (

RCOG COVID-19 vaccination information sheet

The COVID-19 vaccine in pregnancy and breastfeeding | Tommy’s

New birth visit: When your baby is between 10-14 days old you will be offered a  new birth home visit from a Health Visitor.

Infant feeding support: The Bromley Health Visiting team are accredited by UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative and are here to support you with feeding your baby. If you require support with feeding, please come along to one of our Infant Feeding drop-in clinics or book an appointment to see someone on a 1:1 basis. If you would like to book an appointment please contact the duty health visitor on 0300 330 5777 or email us at and a member of staff will contact you. There are also NCT baby cafes held across the borough, please see our infant feeding timetable for further information. Here are some links you may find useful:

UNICEF Baby Friendly Initiative

Breastfeeding Network

GP Infant Feeding Network (GPIFN)

Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine

Postnatal check: A Health Visitor will see you again either at home or in a clinic when your baby is between 6-8 weeks old.

Developmental reviews: Your child will be offered developmental reviews at both 1 and 2 years of age.  We are continuing to send your child’s ASQ (Ages and Stages Questionnaire) at 1 year and 2 to 2.5 years old by post. Please complete the questionnaires and bring them with you to the review appointment. 

Well Baby Clinics: The Well Baby Clinics are bookable clinics where you can have your baby weighed, and access advice relating to the health or development of your child.

5-19 years

School aged children: If your child has been referred to us by their school, the School Nurses will liaise with school for your child, and contact you to discuss your child’s health assessment and the best way to support them.

Please get in touch with us if you need to speak to a Health Visitor, School Nurse or Community Nursery Nurse call 0300 330 5777, email: or you can contact us through our live chat function on this website.


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