Self Referral

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Due to COVID-19, the opening hours and access to these services may differ from what is noted here. Please contact the individual services for more information on the current hours and access.

Most referrals to other specialists will require you seeing or speaking with a GP. However, there are a number of local services, listed below, that you are able to make self referrals to.

Mortimer Market Centre

Mortimer Market Centre (including the Margaret Pyke Centre) offers free and confidential sexual health services. This includes STI (sexually transmitted infection), HIV testing and the Margaret Pyke Centre for contraceptive services. Our online appointment slots are usually booked up very quickly and we do update these regularly.

Sexual Health London

SHL.UK is a discreet sexual health service for Londoners. Our STI testing service is for people who have mild or no STI symptoms, and would like to get themselves checked. You can also request free regular and emergency contraception (effective up to 5 days after unprotected sex) by completing a simple, secure online consultation.

Sexual Health Services in London and Surrey

For free and confidential sexual health, contraception and HIV services in London.

Rebalance – Adult Weight Management

Rebalance is a 12-week, group, weight-loss programme of exercise and dietary advice for overweight or obese adults. The programme covers: nutritional advice, healthy-eating guidance, online, cognitive behavioural support and support to get active.
0207 974 3019

Camden Child and Young Person Mental Health Service (Open Minded)

The Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust deliver most of these services and also help connect children and young people with other mental health services if needed; for example to the Royal Free Hospital ADHD service, Brandon Centre Counselling Service, or Camden MOSAIC, a service for children and young people with disabilities.
020 8938 2241

IESO – Talking Therapy

Ieso Digital Health provides evidence-based CBT, online. One-to-one therapy is delivered in real time, with patients meeting an accredited therapist in a secure online environment. Access to therapy is quick (83% of self-referrals start therapy within 6 weeks of referral), with evening and weekend appointments available.
0800 074 5560

iCAS – Integrated Camden Alcohol Service

We'll support you to to live a life independent of alcohol. We'll work with you to set goals and create a treatment plan that suits you. Your goals might be reduction, abstinence or detox. We help Camden residents who are over 18. We also support families and friends who are affected by other people's drinking.
020 3227 4950

Camden Carers Service

Camden Carers offers information, advice and support to unpaid adult carers (18+) living, working or studying in Camden, or caring for someone who lives in Camden. Camden Carers is also the gateway to a wide range of services provided by other local organisations and agencies working with carers in Camden.
020 7428 8950

Camden Care Navigation & Social Prescribing – Age UK

Age UK's Care Navigation & Social Prescribing Service helps people to receive the right support at the right time through: Care navigation Signposting to community and voluntary organisations Information and advice
0800 193 6067

Camden Specialist Bladder and Bowel Service

Patients can self-refer to the bladder and bowel service by calling 020 3317 3400.
020 3317 3400.

Breathe – Stop Smoking Service

Breathe is Camden & Islington’s stop-smoking service. It delivers a tiered model to ensure smokers receive the best support to help them stop smoking.
020 3633 2609

Antenatal care

We're here for you from the very start of your pregnancy, through to the birth of your baby and beyond, to guide and support you through this exciting time in your life.

Physiotherapy

You can self refer to community physiotherapy services. Simply call 0207 871 0545 to make an appointment. Your initial contact with one of our chartered physiotherapists may be over the phone, where you will either be given advice on appropriate treatment, or a face-to-face consultation will be arranged.
0207 871 0545

iCope (Psychological Support Service)

There are times when everyone feels stressed or unhappy. Generally these bad times pass, but sometimes there are problems that do not go away and things get harder and harder. At some point in their life, one in four people feel this way. Talking about your problems can really help.

Book a child’s blood test

Information on how to book your child's blood test.

Book an adult blood test

At the Royal Free London adults can have blood tests at Barnet Hospital, Chase Farm Hospital, Cheshunt Community Hospital, Edgware Community Hospital, Finchley Community Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital.

NeuroLove

We believe that young people are best placed to guide, support and empower their peers on issues relating to mental health and well being. Neurolove.org is a site set up to support young people manage the changing times we are currently living in.
0151 547 7703

NUPAS (national unplanned pregnancy advisory service)

We offer abortion treatments and free pregnancy testing, sexually transmitted infection screening and a fully comprehensive contraceptive service.
0333 004 6666

Marie Stopes UK

You don’t need a GP referral to access NHS funded abortion care. We've been helping people with their reproductive health options for over 40 years. We provide NHS-funded and self-funded abortion and vasectomy care through our network of local clinics all over England. You can give us a call whenever you need us. Our advice line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
0345 300 8090

Find a psychological therapies service in England

You can refer yourself directly to a psychological therapies service (IAPT) without seeing your GP. These services offer therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), for common problems including: stress, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and phobias

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

The Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme (NHS DPP) identifies those at diabetes high risk and refers them onto a behaviour change programme.