Looking after you, so you can look after yours...

Why choose a Private Health Visitor?

Every family should be assigned a regular, named NHS Health visitor following the birth of their child.

Your health visitor should make contact with you sometime between the 11th and 14th day following the birth of your baby.

In some circumstances however, families may feel, for a variety of reasons, that the service provided by the NHS doesn’t meet the family’s needs.

I offer new parents a choice of a qualified, private health visitor as an alternative to the service provided by the NHS.

Whether you would like a one-off session covering a particular aspect of care that you would like help with, right through to a full health visiting service designed to support you throughout your child’s development, I am here to help.

I currently cover the South East of England including Norfolk, South Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex and London. Depending on where you live, I may be able to visit you at the weekends or in evenings.

I look forward to hearing from you, so do please... get in touch


How can I benefit from Private Health Visiting?

  • Read Katie & Chris' story about how Julia Headland helped when Millie developed feeding problems...

  • Read about Grace & Nick's help with breastfeeding when Julia Headland leant a hand...

Nursing advice for Parents...

As a Private Health Visitor, my aim is to provide practical, non judgemental support and advice to new parents and guide you through the decisions that you have made about your baby.

Royal College of NursingI am a member of the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and am both fully insured and CRB checked.

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