The following services do not need you to wait speak to a doctor and you can refer or access these services directly yourself
If you are pregnant you will need to register for maternity services by completing an online self-referral for your preferred hospital. They will contact you to make arrangements for your first visits and tests.
Our nearest hospitals are
For problems with bones, muscles and joints such as back pain or knee injuries you can be given an appointment with our First Response Physiotherapist.
Reception can book you directly into this clinic and bypass the need for a GP appointment. You will need to give a brief explanation of the kind of problem you are experiencing.
The First Response Physiotherapist will assess you, offer expert advice, initial treatment and refer you to other services or tests as needed.
Citizen’s Advice Bureau
For issues that are non-medical but are badly affecting your health, such as debts, work problems, legal, housing, benefits etc., you can get a GP surgery referral to a CAB advisor from one of our Receptionists. You will need to give them information for a referral to be sent but, as with all patient information, this will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.
If you are suffering from mild to moderate anxiety or depression, or have other conditions that would benefit from counselling or psychological work, you can self-refer to the Psychological Therapies Service. They will contact you to arrange an assessment in order to see which of their services, or any other services, would best help you.
To see what they offer visit the Talk Wandsworth website.
If you are in more urgent need and need to speak to someone soon:
Mental Health Crisis Line
- Tel: 0800 028 8000
For those who are currently going through a mental health crisis. During Monday to Friday 9am-5pm, current patients and carers should contact their community team who will be able to help.
- Tel: 116 123
Available 24/7. For those who need emotional support or a listening ear.
Are you struggling with your mental health and finding it difficult to cope? Come along to our Recovery Cafes in Tooting and Wimbledon for a safe and supportive space. There is no need for an appointment, just turn up and you will be met by a listening ear, and benefit from companionship and from engaging in therapeutic support.
Both opening hours:
- Mon-Fri: 6pm - 11pm
- Weekends and bank holidays: 12noon - 11pm
Tooting Recovery Cafe
966 Garratt Lane
Tel: 07794 394 920
Sunshine Recovery Cafe
296a Kingston Rd
Tel: 07908 436 617
The Listening Place
Provides free face to face, ongoing support, by appointment, for those struggling with suicidal thoughts, plans and actions.
- Visit the Listening Place website
- Tel: 020 3906 7676 (7 days a week, 9am-9pm)
SANE Mental Health
- Tel: 0300 304 7000
Available every day, 4.30pm-10.30pm. For those who need specialist emotional support, guidance and information.
The Silver Line
- Tel: 0800 470 8090
Available 24/7. For older people who are struggling with loneliness and would like to have a daily chat with someone.
- Tel: 0800 1111 - Available 24/7.
For anyone under 19 who need to speak to someone about any issue they are going through.
- Tel: 0300 330 0630
Available every day, 10am-10pm. For anyone in the LGBTQ+ community who need support or who are having issues around their sexuality and/or gender identity.
Termination of Pregnancy
If you find you are pregnant but unable to continue with the pregnancy you can now refer yourself directly to the Termination of Pregnancy Central Booking Service for South West London. They will arrange an appointment with one of the NHS providers in our area.
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