Transfer of 0-5 children's public health commissioning to local authorities: overview 2: Health Visiting and Family Nurse Partnership Services

Document type
Other
Corporate author(s)
Great Britain. Department of Health
Publisher
Department of Health
Date of publication
1 February 2015
Subject(s)
Health Services, Children and Young People
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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Children’s public health commissioning responsibilities for 0-5 year olds will transfer from NHS England to local authorities on 1 October 2015. Local authorities are well placed to identify health needs and commission services for local people to improve health, and this transfer will join up that already done by local authorities for children and young people aged 5–19.

This document gives an overview of the Health Visiting and Family Nurse Partnership Services.

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