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Health Visitor CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 11 Feb 2021

Tip: Use the Health Visitor CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Lauren Springer

922 Alexander Road
Mob: 079 2361 9982       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am a highly motivated, outgoing and dedicated Health Visitor with a passion for supporting and helping people from all ages and a variety of backgrounds. I have worked for more than two years of providing excellent service to patients in hospitals, GP surgeries, families’ homes and community clinics. My greatest passion in life is to help people, and I get great satisfaction from seeing the positive change that I make in people’s lives; particularly in giving young children the best possible start in life.


  • Volunteer Nurse, 2015
  • Graduated from University in the 10% of students by grade, 2015
  • President of Nursing Society, 2013


2013 – 2016BSc (Hons) NursingUniversity of NottinghamGrade achieved: 2:1

Relevant Modules:

  • Public Health and Child Development
  • Principles of Children’s Nursing
  • Person-Centred Nursing Practice (Foundations)
  • Personal and Professional Development

2011 – 2013
Results: Psychology: A Sociology: A English: B
A LevelsHigh Pavement Sixth Form
2004 – 2011
Results: 10 GCSEs at Grades A*-C.
GCSEsNottingham Girls High School

Work experience

Aug 2016 – PresentHealth Visitor         NHS, Sandwell

Main duties performed:

  • Assisting parents in the upbringing of their young children
  • Tracking the child’s growth and development milestones
  • Offering support to new mothers as part of the NHS post-natal support service
  • Encouraging parents to participate in Child Immunisation programmes
  • Providing feeding and nutrition advice
  • Supporting children with special needs
  • Working with people who may have mental health issues or depression
  • Organising events for members of the public including clinics or drop-in centres
  • Regularly liaising with midwives, teachers, community nurses, GPs, paediatricians, consultants and other interdisciplinary teams
  • Working closely with other agencies such as housing and social services
  • Reporting any reasons for concern to the relevant child protection bodies
  • Regularly visiting patients to ensure that they are looked after properly

Mar 2015 – Jul 2015Student Nurse           NHS, Sandwell

Main duties performed:

  • Managing and completing both practical and theoretical university work
  • Working and shadowing professionals within a hospital environment
  • Developing communication, organisational and people skills
  • Administer routine medicine if and when required
  • Assessing patient’s symptoms and advising accordingly
  • Conducting medical history check through interviews and research
  • Carrying out general admin duties (answering calls, sending emails, photocopying and printing, booking appointments, etc)


  • Level 3 Diploma in Clinical Healthcare Support
  • Level 2 Certificate and Diploma in Medical Administration
  • Training in Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults


  • Running clinics, antenatal classes and parenting, playing and weaning groups
  • Fully trained in child accident prevention and dealing with postnatal depression
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
  • Expert knowledge in behavioural management techniques
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and related computer programs

Hobbies and interests

I am an active member of my local football society and have recently been voted Captain of my team. Not only does this give me the opportunity to keep fit and healthy, but it is also an excellent way to make new friends and develop my communication skills outside of a work environment.


Mrs Joanne Randall
Manager, NHS
Address: 2 King Rd, Cornwall, CI48 4UY
Tel: 0873 1157 9268
Email: [email protected]
Mr Luke Sanderson
Supervisor, NHS
Address: 4 St Pauls Rd, Kent, KU8 3YE
Tel: 0778 7546 9887
Email: [email protected]

Please note: the above CV Example is presented in the UK format and layout.





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  • Working with children: Being a Health Visitor means that you will be working with and around children most of the time. You should indicate on your CV that you like/love/enjoy working with children and making a positive impact on them at these crucial moments of their lives.
  • Travelling: It is a fact that you will, most likely, be making daily trips to and from clinics, GPs, community centres and residential homes to meet patients. Therefore, mentioning that you have a driving license and your own method of transportation (car) will give a nice boost to your CV.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    £25.000 – £40.000
    Degree and Work Experience
    37+ hours per week


  • Caring
    Ability to care for and empathise with patients’ needs
  • Social Skills
    The ability to effectively communicate and interact with professionals, parents and children
  • Organisational Skills
    Excellent organisation skills to balance a heavy workload
  • Public Speaking
    Ability to speak in front of an audience in a clear and audible fashion
  • Strength
    Emotional strength to deal with difficult and stressful situations
  • Diplomacy
    Using appropriate techniques to move patients or their guardians to beneficial action

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