Haringey Health Visiting Service

Haringey Health Visiting Service

Main Address

  • Hornsey Central Health Centre
    Level 2
    151 Park Road
  • N8 8JD
  • 020 3074 2650
Preparing for your Haringey Health Visitor appointment? Want to find out more about health visiting support or what to expect from the service then click here to find out!
Update January 2021:  Due to the COVID- 19 pandemic we are delivering our health visiting services slightly differently at the moment. Where possible, we are very happy to see you face to face in your own home as well as in our COVID secure clinical settings.
We also have contact numbers and email addresses in each team where you can speak to a health visitor on the same day Monday - Friday 9am-5pm. Please check the available locations below.
Health Visiting Wood Green
020 3074 2970/2972
Health Visiting Hornsey Central
020 3074 2650
Health Visiting Tynemouth Road
020 3224 4307
Health Visiting The Laurels
020 3224 4207
0-19 Health Visiting Team
020 3074 2650
Baby, child and breastfeeding support
At this time, we are offering appointment only clinics to have your baby weighed, but only if you have a specific concern or query about your baby or child.  Our visits, support and developmental reviews may be in person or be offered virtually via video or audio instead. Breast feeding support is also available face to face and/or virtually.
Health visitors are nurses or midwives who hold post-graduate specialist practitioner qualifications and work in the field of child family and public health. They work in the community, as autonomous practitioners, both designing and delivering care for families and communities.

They ensure all families have access to a universal set of evidence-based services as part of the healthy child programme to help them stay healthy. They use their expert professional judgement to agree appropriate levels of support over and above this universal service, building on parents’ strengths. Some of this support is provided by health visitors directly, some they delegate or refer to the appropriate professional or practitioner.

Range of services

Examples of common needs and services are:
  • antenatal visits
  • parenting support and advice on family health and minor illness
  • new birth visits which include advice on diet, feeding, weaning and health checks
  • formal health programme for immunisation, physical and developmental checks, information and support for families on feeding, safety and relationships, a child’s developmental milestones, dental health, keeping safe, nutrition, speech language and communication, play
  • formal health programme for school entry (three to five years)
  • Leading the Healthy Child Programme
  • specific support on interventions e.g. post natal depression, supporting families with complex needs


Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm


Head of Service

Further Information

Hornsey Central Health Central
151 Park Road
N8 8JD
Tel: 020 3074 2600
Email: whh-tr.hv-hornseycentral@nhs.net

Stuart Crescent Health Centre
5 Stuart Crescent
N22 5NJ
Tel: 020 3074 2900
Email: whh-tr.hv-stuartcrescent@nhs.net

Tynemouth Road Health Centre
24 Tynemouth Road
N15 4RH
Tel: 020 3224 4307
Email: whh-tr.hv-tynemouth@nhs.net
Monday to Friday
9am to 5pm
By letter or email to whh-tr.0-19@nhs.net
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