Referrals

Please follow the link to view: What happens when you are referred by your GP to see a specialist? (assets.nhs.uk)

NHS e-Referral

If you’ve been referred to a specialist through the NHS e-Referral Service by one of our doctors you should have received a letter with the below information

  • Booking reference number
  • Password or access code
  • The department/clinic/service that you have been referred and provided with a telephone number

If you have not received it please contact us via email at [email protected]

Please follow the link www.nhs.uk/referrals to book, rebook, cancel or manage your referral. This link will also provide you with information choosing your hospital or clinic along with average waiting times for each hospital department.

If you have not heard anything about your referral within the average waiting time you have the option to contact the individual hospital Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) who offers confidential advice, support and information on health-related matters.

Whittington PALS:

(020 7288 5551) or email: [email protected]

University College London Hospitals PALS:

(020 3447 3042) or email: [email protected]

Barnet Hospital PALS: 

(07929 790604/07929 790603) – Mondays (9:30 am – 4.00 pm)

(020 8216 4924) Tues – Fri (9:00 am – 4:00 pm)  or email: [email protected]

Chase Farm Hospital PALS:

(020 8375 1328) or email: [email protected] 

Royal Free Hospital PALS:

(020 7472 6446 or 020 7472 6447) or email: [email protected]

Self referral

What is self referral?

Self-referral is when patients are able to refer themselves without having to see anyone else first, or without being told to refer themselves by another health professional such as a GP.

List of self-referral organisations

Each organisation will work in a slightly different way to process your application.  Please click on the red text for the link to the appropriate website.

Alcohol and Drug Support

Advice, Employment and Welfare Hubs

Antenatal Clinic

Counselling Services

Domestic Violence

The staff in your practice are trained about domestic abuse and specialist workers are available to support you.  Your practice is an ‘IRIS’ practice.  You can talk to doctors, nurses and other staff working here if you are being hurt or controlled by your current or ex-partner, are afraid of someone at home or a member of your family.  You can also contact nia and ask to speak to the IRIS worker, ‘IRIS Advocate Educator’.

via website: www.niaendingviolence.org.uk

Podiatry

Physiotherapy Services

Sexual Health Services

Please contact the practice if any of the above information is incorrect or out of date.  Thank you.

Polio booster vaccination
All children in London aged one to nine are to be offered a polio booster vaccination in coming weeks, following an announcement by the NHS and UKHSA.

The NHS England (Not our Practice) will soon be in touch if your child is within this age group, to tell you how and when they will be able to get their vaccination. Please do not contact health services about polio boosters at this stage, as staff are very busy setting up this vaccination programme. You can find general information on polio vaccination here https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/polio/

Our practice has send information for walk in clinics for 6 to 9 year old children who are eligible for the extra supplementary Polio Booster: https://nclhealthandcare.org.uk/keeping-well/baby-and-childhood-vaccinations/polio/polio-walk-in-vaccinations-for-6-9-year-olds/

Meanwhile, if your child has fallen behind with their routine programme of vaccinations (not including this polio booster), please urgently get in contact with our Practice so that they can get protected as soon as possible (please request to book a nursing vaccination appointment)

Please follow the link to see information about vaccinations and when to have them: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/nhs-vaccinations-and-when-to-have-them/