Community and Other Services


The midwives provide antenatal clinics at a variety of sites in the locality. They monitor progress and offer help and advice on all aspects of pregnancy, delivery and postnatal care.

If you are pregnant, please self-refer for maternity care using the new online portal at:

Once you submit the form the information you supply will be triaged and the hospital will contact you to start your antenatal care.

The maternity service will notify your GP that you are pregnant. There is no need for you to contact us unless you are worried about the pregnancy.

Health Visitors

Our health visitors are advisors on child care and family problems and work closely with our doctor and nurse teams. They are notified of births and visit from two weeks after birth. They maintain contact throughout the early years of child development. They can be contacted on 023 9250 5280.

Community Nurses

The community nurses provide skilled nursing care for patients living in the community. They can be contacted on 023 9233 3333.

Homeless Project

On 10th May 2022 Willow Group signed an 18-month contract to deliver a health outreach intervention, which alleviates the ongoing associated risk of homelessness and rough sleeping, by bringing our advanced nurses closer to people at risk of rough sleeping through weekly surgeries at Two Saints homeless services, and building relationships with hostel staff and clients. This service will provide consistency of care for patients who have complex needs. 

Occupational Therapy

Contact the Occupational Therapy Team and speak with someone trained to give you specialist advice about the difficulties you are having. Raise an online enquiry via our Contacts page: Phone 0300 555 1386 (8:30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday and 8:30am to 4:30pm Friday)

Occupational therapy | Health and social care | Hampshire County Council (

Adult Health and Social Care

If you have any queries regarding Hampshire County Council provided services: care services, meals on wheels, telecare (eg pendant alarms), blue badge parking, etc

Contact Adults’ Health and Care | Health and social care | Hampshire County Council (

italk – Talking Therapies

The italk service is Hampshire’s talking therapy service supporting people to improve their mental wellbeing through education, guided self-help tools and evidence-based talking therapies. italk is a partnership between Solent Mind and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.

You can self-refer to the italk service.

NHS Digital Weight Management Programme

The NHS Digital Weight Management Programme supports adults (18+) living with obesity (BMI >30) who also have a diagnosis of diabetes, hypertension or both, to manage their weight and improve their health.

It is a 12-week online behavioural and lifestyle programme that people can access via a smartphone or computer with internet access.

Ask your GP or nurse about being referred to the programme.