Learn more about the local organisations that take self-referrals

You can access some services directly: 

  • Our local clinic, Mortimer Market Centre, offers free and confidential sexual health services. Please visit their website 
  • Residents of Westminster aged 16+ can also access this online service 
  • All you need to do is register on the website 
  • For further advice and information on the most suitable contraception you can speak to a health advisor: 020 3315 9779 
  • Members of the LGBTQI+ community can access a dedicated sexual health clinic 
  • You can contact the CNWL Talking therapies service, which is free and confidential and provides a range of talking therapies 
  • The Samaritans are here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They can be contacted on 116 123 or email You can see their website 
  • Mental health and wellbeing service for young people and their families to access  For a downloadable leaflet please click HERE 
  • For online access in mental health crisis

  • Tobacco smoke contains over 5,000 chemicals including nicotine. Nicotine is highly addictive. Smokers smoke for the nicotine but are harmed by the tar and other chemicals. Find more here 
  • You can get free support to quit 
  • Residents of Camden can self-refer to Breathe 
  • Residents of Westminster can self-refer to One you or call and book directly at the surgery 

You can refer yourself to Healthshare for Physiotherapy if you: 

  • Have a muscle or joint related issue/condition 
  • Are over 18 years old 
  • Are not under the care of a hospital consultant for the same problem 

 If your case is complex, their team can triage you for more tests (ultrasound and MRIs), some procedures (joint injections) or refer you on to a specialist Doctor. 

You can use Urgent Eye Service 

  • Symptoms that can be seen under the service include: 
  • Red or painful eye or eyelids 
  • Recently occurring flashes or floaters 
  • Recent and sudden loss of vision 
  • Foreign body in the eye 
  • If you have very minor symptoms you may be advised to self care or seek support from your local pharmacy first 
  • Please note, this is not a sight test. 
  • See leaflet  about this service 
  • Location: Soho Dressing Clinic, Soho Centre for Health and Care, Ground Floor, 1 Frith St, London, W1D 3HZ 
  • They will see patients over the age of 12 years old, with post operative and post injury wound care such as: 
  • Post operative wounds that do not require specialist input or require medical devices such as vacuum pumps/drains 
  • Removal of sutures / clips 
  • Minor burns (initial burn management and 1st review seen in A&E or Urgent Care Centre 
  • Post operative incision and drainage wounds (please bring a comprehensive discharge letter that includes wound management guidance on your first visit) 
  • Follow up wound management of soft tissue injuries such as abrasions, lacerations and flap wounds. 

Please note, they are unable to see the following: 

  • Leg ulcers 
  • Acute burns 
  • Patients with any signs of fever or who feel unwell  
  • Patients with excessive bleeding 
  • Pregnant patients 
  • Patients unable to self-manage analgesia 
  • Patients requiring assistance with or removal of Plaster of Paris casts 
  • Tetanus booster required. 

Patients may self-refer and book an appointment by calling the clinic on 020 7534 6543. For more information: 

  • If you live in Camden 

You can call 07808 891260 or visit a drop-in session 

Camden Flyer 

  • If you live in Westminster  

You can contact your health visiting team 0208 200 2500, selecting option 2 

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  • Other resources 

National Breastfeeding Helpline 0300 100 0212 

Support is also available in Welsh and Polish 

National helplines are open seven days a week 9.30am to 9.30pm 

Supporter line Bengali/Sylheti 0300 456 2421