We have put together a brief guide to our services and links to resources to support your care
Please book an appointment if you have been asked to have a blood test
Spirometry is conducted to identify lung disease and in particular to diagnose asthma and and smoking related damage.
Ambulatory blood pressure are requested if we are concerned about your blood pressure control.
Clinical Pharmacists support the practice with safe prescribing and medication reviews.
Social Prescribers support patients with
a holistic approach to their health and wellbeing.
Mental Health Support Workers work with patients with long term or severe mental illnesses.
First Contact Physiotherapists
assess, diagnose, treat and manage patients with joint and muscle pain and injuries.
Health and Wellbeing Coaches are here to support patients to make those important changes to lifestyle like increasing excercise, losing weight and help to stop smoking
The Assistant Psychologist can support you to manage for your mental health providing counselling and support when starting medication or waiting for other services
The PCN has a employed paramedic team James King and to support our housebound patients by providing home visits to both assess and monitor patients
Are you feeling anxious, low, stressed or having trouble sleep?
Mental health problem affect 1 in 4 people at some time. For most people simple interventions and talking therapy can help while others may need more intensive support.
We have put together some resources to help.
What is mental health? - Mind - Guide to mental health
How do I know if I need help? - Self assessment tools
What next? - If you are struggling with your mental health or need help to support someone you care for:
Talk to your Doctor, we can:
- make a diagnosis
- offer you support and treatments (such as talking therapies and medication)
- refer you to a mental health specialist, such as a psychiatrist
- recommend local support options.
Mind - Charity supporting understanding and awareness of mental health.
Good Thinking - self assessment and self care resources
Wandsworth Your Way - local resources and re-ablement
Self Help Leaflets - free downloadable information
Togetherall is a online community to support your mental health available 24/7. Anonymous forum to post how you are feeling and get support from professionals with
Resources to help understand mental health.
Courses to help you and manage with professional support on hand.
More about courses here
Watch their short video here
togetherall user guide
Talk Wandsworth is Wandsworth therapies service. They provide a range of talking therapies including guided self help, group therapy, individual therapy and signposting to other support services and resources
Self refer via the website or call 0203 513 6264
For urgent out of hours support:
South West London Mental Health Support Line :0800 028 800 (Monday to Friday 5pm to 9.00am and all weekend)
Samaritans: call 116 123 (24hrs free helpline)
If you are having severe symptoms and do not feel you can keep yourself or others safe we advise you attend A&E
Move More Wandsworth is a scheme to help you get and stay active and is available to anyone who’s had a cancer diagnosis.
Advisors who understand cancer will create a physical activity programme just for you, as well as giving you continued support. Find out more
Support to cope with your emotions and manage the emotional effects of cancer
- at diagnosis
- during treatment
- after treatment
for you and your caregivers.
Contact Talk Wandsworth or
Paul's Cancer support
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A registered charity that provides a range of support services and therapies for Wandsworth residents affected by cancer, their families, and anyone who supports them.
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specialist health care, information and advice
to people affected by cancer.
They can support with:
- making treatment decisions
- managing side effects of treatment
- financial support
- emotional support
Find out more