The NHS Nurse Advisors are part of a multidisciplinary service commissioned to work within the West Sussex Prevention Assessment Team. 

As qualified nurses, we aim to help people living in West Sussex to stay as healthy and independent as possible. 

Our NHS Nurse Advisors can provide information and advice to help manage general health and wellbeing.  

Eligibility for a referral to an NHS Nurse Advisor: 

  • people who have not been seen by their GP regarding their current non-urgent health or wellbeing concern 
  • people who have had recent falls, or have a fear of falling and have not received assessment, information and advice 
  • people who would like information and advice regarding their health condition, general wellbeing and medication management 

Other services we provide: 

  • NHS health checks for people between 40 and 74 years of age (for further information and to check eligibility please visit: 
  • blood pressure/atrial fibrillation clinics for people over 18 years old 
  • targeted events for early detection of hypertension and arrhythmias 
  • health promotion events on a rolling events calendar 
  • educational sessions for local community groups 

Get in touch with our Prevention Assessment Team (West Sussex)

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Related services

  • Prevention Assessment Team

    This service helps people in West Sussex access the support they need to live independently at home and enjoy life as part of their community. We are also here to help prevent or delay the need for more intensive services.

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