You can refer yourself for the following conditions.

(Please let the practice know if links and numbers are not working, thank you)

Muscle and joint problems

Please use e-consult or ask reception to book you with a First Contact Practitioner for new joint and muscle problems.


Maternity services

If you are pregnant you can self refer to most London hospitals. The local hospital is Homerton and you can refer yourself here:

Or call 0208 510 7175

Homerton maternity helpline (for those already under their care) 0208 510 5955


Mammogram (Breast cancer screening after age 50)


Bowel cancer screening


Free sexual health tests online


Counselling and other mental health support

020 7683 4278 or email

Or contact MIND


Derman (counselling and support for Turkish speaking patients)

0207 613 5944 


Hackney Caribbean Elderly Centre The Mental Wellbeing Group

The Group is for people with early onset dementia. It provides support and help in understanding and managing the condition effectively.

For more information call: 020 7923 3536 or Email: 


A list of non-NHS, low cost, psychotherapy organisations in London which are all providing good quality therapy from trained staff

Social services - for extra care, meals on wheels, home adaptations

Hackney Social services

0208 356 6262

For social support email

or complete this form


Turning Point (For help with alcohol and drug use problems)


Secure Email:


Service phone number0345 144 0050

Emergency mental health crisis line

A 24 hour mental health helpline on 0800 073 0006 for people of any age who may have long term psychological issues or who have had a sudden crisis such as a shock, bereavement, relationship issue.


Mental health support for young people at


Bereavement counselling

0300 303 0400


Whatever you’re going through right now, you can contact Music Minds Matter on 0808 802 8008

Available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Music Minds Matter is Help Musicians' dedicated mental health support line and service for the whole UK music community.

If you work in music and are struggling to cope, or know someone who is, talk to us. It doesn’t have to be a crisis, or about music. We’re here to listen, support and help at any time.


Please we aware that unfortunately we do not provide the Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (coil) fittings or removals, or implant, however Homerton offer a full range of sexual health services at four locations, please click here for details or call 020 7683 4103 between 9am and 3pm.

We provide sexual health advice and are able to offer full screening for sexually transmitted diseases for men and women including HIV testing. Please ask for an appointment with the Healthcare assistant.

You can also go to for free testing for Londoners who have no symptoms or mild symptoms.

Please we aware that unfortunately we do not provide the Intrauterine Contraceptive Device (coil) fittings or removals, or implant, however Homerton offer a full range of sexual health services at four locations, please click here for details.


OUT OF HOURS emergencies when the practice is closed please call 111 or 999


Domestic abuse

NATIONAL 24 HOUR HELPLINE – 0808 2000 247




MEN’S ADVICE LINE – 0808 8010327

RESPECT – 0808 802 4040

GALOP – 0800 999 5428

You can self refer for support and advice by following the links here:


St Joseph’s Hospice

For support with end of life care and palliative care call 0208 525 6000


Hackney Social services

0208 356 6262

For social support email

For urgent help call 020 8356 23 00


For advice on benefits and welfare you can contact Age UK on 0800 917 9830


Support for people with dementia and their carers

Alzheimer’s Society City and Hackney: 020 8533 0091

City and Hackney Carers Centre: 020 8533 0951

Alzheimer’s Society Dementia Adviser 020 8533 0091

Alzheimer’s Society National Dementia Helpline on 0300 222 1122



We are committed to safeguarding and protecting people effectively when they are at risk of abuse, mistreatment and neglect. Are you worried about someone? For advice or information call

020 8356 5782 (Hackney Safeguarding Team)

020 7332 1224 (City of London Adult Social Care Team)


What will families receive as part of The Hackney Healthy Eating & Obesity Service during the COVID19 pandemic?

· Help and advice on topics including healthy eating, behaviour change, nutrition and wellbeing.
· 1:1 support via video call or telephone (Whilst 1:1 sessions are usually offered only to families of children with SEND, during lockdown this has been more acceptable to families that group sessions)
· Signposting to enjoyable activities that can be done at home such as weekly recipe challenges to develop practical skills and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
· Online exercise classes to encourage participants to become more active and stay active.

We welcome any referrals for children aged 5-19 (25 for SEND) years who are above a healthy weight (>91st centile) and who have either a Hackney postcode, or are registered at a Hackney school or GP (please see referral attached). Alternatively, the family are able to self-refer and can find more details here or call Szilvi on 07849 092 185.

• If you are the parent or carer of a child or young person, the Council for Disabled Children has a range of support and advice available in relation to COVID-19.

If your GP has sent you a letter or text which confirms that you are at risk of Type 2 diabetes, you are able to register for the Healthier You: NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme.


Termination of pregnancy

Call 03457 30 40 30

ACERs Heart Failure - Community IV Diuretic Service

The  Community IV diuretics and emergency response service is now up and running.
The service can be contacted by:
Tel:   0207 683 4698


Smokefree Hackney is your local NHS stop smoking service, and we are continuing our work to help smokers quit during the pandemic: as we cannot currently see smokers in person we are running telephone and email support and advice sessions and arranging to supply stop smoking medications via local pharmacies. You can contact Smokefree Hackney by calling 0800 046 9946 email

Click here for Free pharmacy treatment for eligible patients

Click here for twitter’s Find support services in City and Hackney

Do you know your risk of developing diabetes? Find out today using the @DiabetesUK risk tool.


Better at Home provides members with free access to over 600 online classes, plus workouts of the week, nutrition and wellness information, and exclusive member benefits.

Access Better at Home for free

Free exercise videos from the NHS

We are undefeatable supports those with long term health conditions to be more active.
Active 10 is a free walking tracker app that supports patients adding even 1 minute of exercise to their day and work towards meeting the recommended physical activity guidelines. Speaking Up and Speaking Out for adults with a learning disability in Hackney – "Giving a voice to the unheard"

BEAT – The UK’s Eating Disorder Charity

YoungMinds - children and young people's mental health charity 0808 802 5544  0300 111 0444 for People with a learning disability and their families 0808 800 4104 National Autistic Society 

Challenging Behaviour Foundation Families of children, young people and adults with a severe learning disability and behaviours that challenge 0300 666 0126



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