Referral and Self Referral
Most referrals to HospitaI are via the NHS e-Referral Service (e-Rs). If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks of your referral please contact the Referral Support Service directly on 0203 198 4427 (calls are free from landlines and mobiles, lines are open from 9.30 am till 4.30 pm Monday to Friday)
Some referrals such as Colposcopy and Fracture Clinic may go directly to hospital. In this case please contact the hospital directly. If you are unsure please contact the practice.
Welcome to our self help staying well centre. Here you will find both local health information and NHS content ranging from NHS Self-Care Videos and NHS Health A - Z conditions and treatments. We have also included a selection of tools for health checks and information on refer slef-referral services Please access the following links for further information.
Pregnant? Refer yourself now. You don't need to see a GP. See below links for further information and self-referral details.
You can ALSO self-refer to hospital of your choice directly by visting their website. See links below:
Royal Free Hospital
If you have any questions please contact the Royal Free Hospital Maternity Single point of Care Team on 0203 758 2022
Tel: 0203 447 9354
Imperial College Healthcare
We offer routine antenatal care at the surgery for women registering for maternity care at the Royal Free Hospital via the community midwife. If you are registering at any other hospital (UCL, Imperial College Healthcare Hospitals which include St Mary's) then we request that all your routine appointments are done at their antenatal clinic as we have no special arrangements with them.
iCope (Camden and Islington Psychological Therapies Services)
The West Hampstead Medical Centre has two psychological therapists and one psychological wellbeing practitioner provided by the Camden and Islington iCOPE Psychological Therapies Service. There are times when everyone feels stressed or unhappy. Generally these times pass, but sometimes there are problems that do not go away and it can be harder to cope with them. At some point in their life, one in four people feels this way. If you need support you can refer yourself through the iCope website or by phoning 020 3317 5600. You can also ask your GP to refer you directly to the psychology service.
THE ICOPE WEBSITE is also a great resource to find free, confidential help for problems such as stress, worry, depression and insomnia.
If mental health problems are getting the better of you, try online therapy with ieso. ieso therapists provide text-based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) informed by a scientific understanding of what works, why it works and when it works best. ieso is free and available to many NHS patients across the UK. It only takes a minute or two to check if you're eligible for treatment.
Camden Physiotherapy / MSK
Self-referral by telephone is the quickest way to access the service. Tel: 0207 871 0545 ( Clinic locations are throughout Camden, including at West Hampstead Medical Centre. )
For further information, please see the PHYSIO CONNECT WEBSITE
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