Do You Need Medical Help Now? You don't always need a doctors appointment. Extra Services Which Are Available To Help You Are:
1) GP video Consultation.
Download the App and consult with a Doctor in Minutes or book 7 days in advance. On Android devices click here: Android Doctor App or go to Google Play app store, search on "Livi NHS GP Appointments" and download.
To down load the app on IOS Apple Device go to the App store on your Device, search for Livi app and download.
For further background information see website :https://www.livi.co.uk/ or leaflet: Service Details. Service is from 7am to 10pm Mon to Fri and 9am to 4pm Sat to Sun.
2) Visit your Pharmacy
The Community Pharmacy service (CPCS) enables NHS patients to see a community pharmacist when they have a minor illness or need an ’emergency supply’ of a medicine without seeing a doctor first. To use the service call NHS 111 and ask to be referred. For further information click oe the link: CPCS . Alternatively you can simple ask your pharmacist for help and advice too.
3) Surrey NHS 111 Service
Dial 111 at anytime to access doctors, nurse, pharmacists, mental health, dental nurses and paramedics for urgent but not emergency medical help
4) Virtual Physio Therapy Service - connect by video to a Physio.
5) Urgent Treatment Centre at St Peters Hospital
The UTC treats all minor illnesses and injuries requiring immediate care, where patients do not need care in an A&E department. Open 8am to 2am with GP's available. You can call NHS 111 for an appointment or just turn up.
6) Ashford walk in Centre
Provide a wide range of services aimed at the treatment of minor injuries/ illness, as well as the improvement of the health and well-being of the local community. Open 8am to 8pm every day. Just turn up or call 01784 884 000 or email or Surrey.email@example.com (not medical matters).
7) Looking after a Child with a Cough
Some good advice of what you can do and when to see a doctor or go to A&E.
Helpful advice leaflet
Self Referral Options:
1) Every Day Life Support
Do you need extra help and support with every day living activities? Then use our new Every Day Life Help Service (Social Prescribing) available every Tuesday. Just call and ask for a referral.
Every day live help Service
2) Self Care Information
Before booking a medical appointment you may want to check the following self help information websites- click below: Self Care Information
Is your child unwell?
Try the new Handi app that gives you helpful advice on child health where to take you child etc. Just brose for "Handi" app in your app store or Google Play. Handi App details
3) Self referral for:
CBT based Guided Self Help, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy,Counselling for Depression, Psychological Education, Mindfulness Groups
See IAPT website: Self Referral Form
Suffering from incontinence or needing help and advice? You can now self refer without seeing a GP. Completed the attached form and email to CSH for an appointment: Continence self referral
4) Self Care Forum
What are the Fact Sheets for?
The Self Care Forum Fact Sheets for common ailments aim to help clinicians and patients discuss issues around self care within the practice consultation and especially how to handle the symptoms in the future. They provide patients with information around:
- Useful facts
- What patients can expect to happen (the natural history)
- What people can do to help themselves – now and in the future
- When to seek medical help (the ‘red flags’)
- Where to find out more
Click on link below for all fact sheets