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Station Plaza Health Centre, Station Approach, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1BATel: 01424 464756
All our receptionists are here to help you. They have a difficult job to do, with phone calls and enquiries descending on them from every direction. They have to judge the URGENCY of your request, so please help them to help you by giving them the necessary information they need. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that you can be helped in the most appropriate way. Staff can arrange to speak with you privately should you so request.
The midwife provides antenatal care; please make an appointment by contacting reception.
The district nurses care for patients in their own homes when they are too ill or frail to attend surgery. They can be contacted through the reception staff.
The health visitors are specialist nurses who provide advice on healthcare to all age groups, particularly expectant mothers, babies and young children, the elderly and those who are chronically ill or disabled. They can help with many health issues and will put you in contact with other agencies in the area if necessary.
To contact a health visitor call one of the numbers below:
East Hastings Team, Chiltern Drive Children’s Centre 01424 726474
West Hastings Team, Hastings Town Children’s Centre, Waterworks Road 01424 729470
Upper St Leonards Team, Hollington Play & Support Centre, 01424 724340
Lower St Leonards Team, FSN, 66 London Road, 01424 448120