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Baby clinics are held across the city in a variety of venues where health visitors and community nursery nurses provide support for:

  • your child’s growth
  • development and behaviour
  • good sleeping habits
  • feeding your child – breast milk, formula, solids, healthy eating
  • coping with minor illnesses
  • managing a crying baby
  • immunisations
  • toileting
  • any other concerns you have about your child, yourself or your family

Health visitors have a wide range of knowledge about all aspects of parenting and supporting families. They also work closely with other health care providers and agencies and can help you access the right support through signposting and referrals to other services.

Attending a baby clinic

For most baby clinics you can call in on the time and day listed on the map.

For some clinics you need to be a registered patient at the GP Surgery and for others you need to pre-book an appointment. These are indicated.

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