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Self-Referral

Please find below, a list of services which you can directly book into without seeing a GP. Many of the services in Nottingham City can be accessed by patients without a referral from a GP. By self-referring, you are helping us to prioritise appointments for problems which need a GP.

Alcohol & Substance Misuse services – Nottingham Recovery Service call 0800 066 5362 to speak to a member of the team about your drinking or substance misuse. Or visit https://www.nottinghamrecoverynetwork.com/

Continence Service - Call 0300 131 0300 Option 1 then Option 4

Diabetes - Juggle (diabetes education) Call 0115 8834334

Domestic Abuse support (Women) – visit https://wais.org.uk/ or Call 0808 800 0340 for 24 hour free domestic and sexual abuse helpline.

 

Domestic Abuse support (Men) – Equation call 0115 960 5556 for a 24 hours confidential support line.

 

Eating Disorders in Student services – First Steps Call 07949579661 (direct line for students) or 01332 367571 or visit https://www.firststepsed.co.uk/

Elderly Services – Independent Age This charity help the elderly remain independent by offering advice and support https://www.independentage.org/

Integrated Respiratory Service - Call 0115 8833622

Mental Health – Psychological therapy (IAPT) self-referral providers – Let’s Talk Wellbeing Call 0115 956 0888 or visit https://www.nottinghamshirehealthcare.nhs.uk/nottingham-city-and-county-

Mental Health – Psychological therapy (IAPT) self-referral providers Trent PST Call 0115 896 3160 or visit www.trentpts.co.uk/self-referral

Mental Health – Psychological therapy (IAPT) self-referral providers – Insight Healthcare Call 0300 555 5580 or visit https://www.insighthealthcare.org/our-services/talking-therapies/find-a-service/nottingham/

Mental Health – Wellness in Mind Call 0800 561 0073 or visit https://www.wellnessinmind.org/

Mental Health – Kooth counselling service for children and young people (11-24 years) Call 0845 330 7090 or visit https://kooth.com

MSK Upper Limb Splinting and Vocational Rehab – Call 0300 131 0300 Option 1 then Option 3

Nottingham Health and Care point - for more information and to self-refer yourself to any of the services listed below click here

  • Baby Feeding Team Service
  • Behavioural, Emotional, Mental Health Wellbeing Service (Young People)
  • Community Neurology Service
  • Community Nursing Service
  • Community Public Health Nursing Service (5-19)
  • Community Rehab, Falls and Bone Health
  • Community Stroke Service
  • Continence Service
  • Family Nurse Partnership
  • Integrated Respiratory Service
  • MSK Physiotherapy Service
  • Primary Care Cardiac Service
  • Speech and Language Therapy
  • Stroke Ability Service
  • Tissue Viability

 

Physiotherapy Service - Call 0115 8838320

You can also visit the PHYSIOTHERAPY INFORMATION PORTAL for patient videos, written advice and more. http://www.nottinghamcitycare.nhs.uk/msk-home/

 

Podiatry – Visit http://www.nottinghamcity.nhs.uk/your-services/podiatry-services/846-podiatry-and-chiropody-services.html

Pregnancy - Midwife – Call 0115 8761890 if you have any health conditions, it may be best to visit the GP to be referred.

Pregnancy - Termination – British Pregnancy Advisory Service Call 03457 30 40 30 or for more information visit https://www.bpas.org/

Self Help Group Nottingham and Nottinghamshire - Self Help Nottingham and Nottinghamshire is a unique organisation which helps create, support and promote self help groups. For more details visit www.selfhelp.org.uk/notts-group

Sexual Health Services – Call 0115 962 7627 Mon – Fri 8:30 – 19:00 or visit https://www.nuh.nhs.uk/our-services/services/sexual-health-service/

 

Smoking - NHS choices stop smoking support visit https://www.nhs.uk/livewell/smoking/Pages/stopsmokingnewhome.aspx

Weight Loss – For the Free NHS weight loss plan Visit https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/weight-loss-guide/Pages/losing-weight-getting-started.aspx

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