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. Click on the blue text for the link to the appropriate website.
Advice and Welfare hubs
Baby weighing Clinic
- Children under 1 year of age - contact Laurels Healthy living centre BCG baby clinic on Tel: 0203 224 4200
- Children over 1 need to be referred send your referrals to: Tel: 0208 442 6746
Coil & implant fitting
Domestic violence in Haringey page
Drug support (DASH)
Haringey Family Support Service
The HARTS for Families page
Free Early Education
Hepatitis B Vaccination Clinic
Health trainer service
Haringey Health Champions
Healthy Start vitamins
Key support Website
Leisure Activities for Younger People website
Local Food banks
- RCCG, living spring centre, Selby Centre, Selby road, office White Hart lane. N17 8JN. Opening times: Wed: 12.00 - 5.00pm; Thurs: 12.00 - 5.00pm Telephone: 07460 519019; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Gospel Centre. Wightman Road (corner Raleigh Road) London N8 0LT. Tue 6.30pm - 9.00pm; Sun 11.30am -1.00pm
- HOLY TRINITY (CoE) Church (Stroud Green) Granville road, London N4 4EL. Opening time: Sunday 1.30-4.00
Local pharmacies – providing minor ailment services
The Minor Ailment Services allow people who don’t pay prescription charges to obtain advice and treatment for common conditions from local pharmacies for free without needing to visit a GP. See further information in Downloads box. Some of the services offered are for:
- Athlete’s foot
- Cold sores; Constipation; Cystitis; Cough colds and sore throat; Contact dermatitis
- Dyspepsia and indigestion; Diarrhoea
- Haemorrhoid Conjunctivitis; Hay fever and allergies; Headache and fever Insect bites and stings; Head lice
- Minor injuries
- Nappy rash
- Sprains and strains
- Teething; Threadworm
- Vaginal thrush
- Warts and verruca
NHS Health Check programme (offered in the East, South and Central)
This is a mandatory programme currently offered by GP Practices in the most deprived areas in Haringey with the aim to prevent heart disease, stroke, kidney disease and diabetes by inviting those between the ages of 40-74 for a check and provide support in reducing the level of risk by altering health behaviours. The checks are offered to residents who have no pre-existing diagnosis/history of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, heart failure, familial hypercholesterolemia, chronic kidney disease, stroke, peripheral arterial disease or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA).
General practices will be responsible for sending out invitation letters and making appointments for the health checks. If you are yet to receive an invite, contact your GP practice directly.
Noel Park Big Local Befriending Project
Anyone is eligible to have a befriender as long as they live in the Noel Park area and have a need for such support. People can refer themselves or be referred by other agencies such as GP’s surgeries, social services, community organisations or friends and family. If you are interested please email Allison Bennett on email@example.com or call on 07422 511 175.
Births, Death, Marriages and Civil Partnerships
‘Self Care for Life’ aims to help people understand what they can do to better look after their own health and that of their family, as well as living as healthily as possible.
Sexual health screening
North London Samaritans North London Samaritans
Stop Smoking Service