You can self-refer to some services in Southwark. This means you do not have a to see a doctor or a nurse first to get a referral. Click on the links below to find out more about self-referral services in Southwark.
Click on this link to refer yourself to Southwark talking therapies https://talkingtherapiessouthwark.nhs.uk/refer-yourself/
If you are concerned about a family history of breast, ovarian or prostate cancer you can self-refer to Guys and St Thomas' for an assessment appointment where your risk will be reviewed, and screening discussed.
Telephone 020 7188 1385
SH24 is a free online service where you can request at home STI testing, diagnosis and treatment; oral contraceptives and the morning after pill by post:
You can contact Guys and St Thomas’ Sexual health services directly including booking online for contraceptive coil and implants.
The Southwark MSK (Musculoskeletal) app is powered by getUBetter and is provided free of charge by Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group for patients registered at Nexus Health Group practices. It app can be downloaded from your usual app store, or you can access the service via a webapp.
This service guides you day-by-day through a sequence of exercises and tips to help you get better from a range of new or recurrent musculoskeletal conditions. You may also be referred to other local services, for example, physiotherapy.
Musculoskeletal conditions include:
Our GPs may refer you, or you can refer yourself to the service by clicking on the link for your surgery below. To register, you will need an email address.
You can get support directly from our local drug and alcohol service in Southwark via this link:
If you have back pain, join pains or have recently experienced a strain or sprain that isn’t getting better then physiotherapy may be for you. Physiotherapists are specialists in musculoskeletal health and movement and can assess and support you. Seeing a physiotherapist early can help speed your recovery. Click here to refer yourself.
Finding the right support can seem complicated and overwhelming.
Southwark wellbeing hub provide information and support to anyone in Southwark worried about their mental wellbeing, or that of someone close to them. We are run by the charity Together for Mental Wellbeing. The Hub’s services are free and open to anyone who lives in Southwark or is registered with a Southwark GP.
We work in partnership with Southwark Council’s Adult Social Care Mental Health Team. We provide an easy point of access for any person who has care and support needs because of their mental health and any person who cares for someone with mental health needs.
MacMillan Cancer Support at Kings. https://www.kch.nhs.uk/patientsvisitors/help-and-support/macmillan-information-and-support-centre
The service provides emotional and practical support to people of all ages, with a focus on the recently bereaved in Southwark. The service provides one-to-one support and bereavement counselling. The service accepts self-referrals.
You can self-refer to Lambeth and Lambeth and Southwark Community Foot Health Services using the link below. If you are housebound or unable to attend a clinic then please ask a member of our practice team to refer you.
Solace offer support whether you choose to report the abuse to police or not. Whatever form violence comes in, from rape and trafficking to relationships based on psychological or financial control, Solace work to end it. Escaping violence can be the hardest thing to ever do and Solace find creative and innovative ways to support thousands of women and children each year.
Solace also provide a service for men, women and young people using violence within an intimate or family relationship.
Southwark have lots of useful information and further support on their website, including services that individuals can refer themselves into. Please click the link below to see what help and support is available:
Patients can self-refer for minor eye conditions e.g. sticky eye (difficulty opening eye or yellow discharge); watery eye (excessive tears); pain or discomfort in or around the eyes; recent onset or sudden increase of flashes of light or floating objects in your vision.
This service offers clinical assessment and treatment for medical eye conditions only – it does not provide a standard eye examination or prescription for glasses.
Money worries such as council tax debts or rent arrears can have a detrimental effect on your physical and mental health. There is a new advice service available via your local GP surgery surgery where you can talk confidentially to one of our experts about any issues relating to money or benefits to help get you back on track. To find out more about the service, and to book an appointment please visit our website at www.getmebackontrack.org.uk
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