Self-Refer

You do not need to see a GP for the following services:

 

 1. Physiotherapist/ Musculoskeletal problems

This a service that can deal with all your musculoskeletal problems. You can see a physiotherapist who can go on and organise all the appropriate tests and scans with specialist follow up if need be.

This is the exact service the GPS will refer you to themselves.

https://healthsharelondon.org.uk/refer-yourself

Tel. 0203 070 0808  

 

 2. Psychological advice

Talking therapies help if you are suffering from low mood, depression, excess worry or any other mental health problem. You can have direct access to the same service the doctors would refer you to.

Please contact them on the details below.

IAPT and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

http://www.cnwltalkingtherapies.org/                                 

Tel. 020 8206 3924

 

 3. Drug and Alcohol Support Service

Alcohol and drugs can have impair your wellbeing. Often people need support for reducing or stopping them, Please contact the service below who can provide all sorts of support.

Turning Point 

www.turning-point.co.uk

Tel. 0207 437 3523

 

4. Weight management for children 

It can be difficult to manage a child’s weight. Please contact this service for help with diet and increasing physical activity.

http://www.mytimeactive.co.uk

For self-referrals parents or carers can register their child’s details by calling 020 3795 9346 or emailing info@mytimeactive.co.uk

 

5. Support for women and girls experiencing domestic or sexual violence

http://www.angelou.org

Angelou is a partnership of 9 specialist organisations that have come together to help you find a solution, from increasing your safety and understanding of the criminal justice system, to enhancing your emotional well-being. You can chat to them over the phone, face to face or attend group sessions – whatever works best for you.
 

Tel. 0800 801 0660 (translators available)  

Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm; Wednesday 6pm – 9pm

Tel. 0208 741 7008 (translators available)

Monday – Friday 10am – 4pm; Thursday 4pm – 9pm

 

  6. Advice on benefits, managing debts and issues with employers

Financial and housing problems can have an adverse effect on your help. Addressing them can help you feel better. The Citizens Advice Bureau can support you on these issues.

Westminster Citizens Advice Bureau Service

https://www.westminstercab.org.uk/

Tel. 08444 771 611

 

  7. Antenatal: you don’t need to see your GP when you become pregnant (but we are always happy to see you!).

Please click on the link here below if you wish to self-refer for antenatal care services at Imperial College Hospitals:

https://www.imperial.nhs.uk/antenatal-referral-form

St Mary’s Hospital email address: ICHC-TR.STMARYSMATERNITY@nhs.net

St Mary’s Hospital Tel: 0203 312 1244

 

You can also self-refer to:

 

  • University College London Hospitals

First Appointments Centre 
Antenatal Clinic 
Integrated Antenatal Service 
EGA Wing, UCH 
25 Grafton Way
London WC1E 6DB

Tel: 020 3447 9400
Fax: 020 3447 9354
E-mail: UCLH.antenatalreferrals@nhs.net

Website: http://www.uclh.nhs.uk/ourservices/servicea-z/wh/mat/pages/refer.aspx

 

  • Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

369 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9NH

Tel: 020 3315 6000

Website: http://www.chelwest.nhs.uk/services/womens-health-services/maternity-obstetrics

Self-Referral Form: http://www.chelwest.nhs.uk/services/womens-health-services/maternity-obstetrics/antenatal-self-referral-form

 

 

  8. Contraception

While our GPs provide Contraceptive Pills, Injections and general advice, they do not currently provide the ‘coil’ (IUD or IUS). You can contact this clinic if you need this as well as emergency contraception or termination of pregnancy:

Raymede Clinic, St Charles Hospital

Address: St Charles Hospital, Exmoor St, London W10 6DZ

Tel. 0300 008 0077

https://www.rbkc.gov.uk/az//az.aspx?searchletter=S&orgid=5196

 

  9. Termination of pregnancy

If you have become pregnant and you want to consider stopping the pregnancy please contact one of the services below directly.

Women can now self-refer to:                   

South Westminster Clinic, 82 Vincent Squares, London W1P 2PF

Tel. 0203 315 8381 (9.30am – 4.30pm; Monday to Friday)

Patients should leave a message with contact details and they will be called back within a couple of hours. The phone is checked regularly throughout the day.

 

 10. Sexually Transmitted Diseases

This private service can address all issues of sexual health. They have good access and will provide results and support quickly please contact the Jeffris wing on

http://www.imperial.nhs.uk/thejefferisswing/sexualhealth/ourclinics/walk_in_clinic/index.htm

 

11. NHS dental services

You can access good-quality NHS dental services anywhere in London. Simply find a dental practice that’s convenient for you, whether it’s near your home or work, and phone them to see if there are any appointments available. 

Find a dentist

NHS dental charges

What’s available on the NHS?

 

 12. Gambling clinic 

Gambling can be a drug and very destructive to your life. There is a special support service available :

http://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/national_problem_gambling_clinic.html

 

 13. Relationships’ counselling (Tavistock Centre)

At the Tavistock Relationships clients can refer themselves through their website www.booking-tccr.org.uk and choose a convenient appointment time.

Consultation appointments are available Monday to Friday at either the Warren Street or Liverpool Street Centres.

A few consultation appointments are also offered in the evenings and on Saturdays at Warren Street Centre.   

Appointments Team phone numbers: 020 7380 1960 or 020 7380 1961

Email address: appointments@tavistockrelationships.org

Website: http://www.tavistockrelationships.org

 

Relate are a charity who give support on relationship problems pelase contact them on https://www.relate.org.uk/