Your GP, local health centre and hospital are the main health services you might visit. But there are also health-related services available from charities and others. If you have communication needs, for example you need a British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter, ask your GP practice or health service about arranging this extra support for you. Health services including GPs have a responsibility to make sure everyone who needs their services can access them.
In Wandsworth the main hospitals and medical centres include St. George's Hospital, Queen Mary's Hospital in Roehampton, and St John's Therapy Centre. If you're looking for a local doctor, dentist or another health service, like physiotherapy or podiatry, you can find out how to find the services you need in this area.
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Telephone: 020 8812 5000
Description: There are four 'Community Wards' in Wandsworth which provide support to people with long-term health conditions in their own homes, with the aim of helping to avoid emergency hospital visits and admissions.
Coordinate my care
Telephone: 020 7811 8513
Description: Coordinate My Care is an NHS clinical service sharing information between your healthcare providers, coordinating care, and recording wishes of how you would like to be cared for.
Customer Care (formerly PALS Wandsworth)
Postal address: Customer Care Team, Wandsworth CCG, 73 Upper Richmond Road, East Putney, London, SW15 2SR
Telephone: 020 8812 6600
Description: Customer Care provides patients, carers and their families with free, confidential advice, information and support.
Day hospital for older people
St John's Therapy Centre, 162 St John's Hill, Battersea, London, SW11 1SW
Telephone: 020 8812 5371
Description: This is a day hospital service at St John's Therapy Centre.
Telephone: 0300 3112233 (Find a dentist helpline) or 01788 539 780 (dental health helpline)
Description: Dentists specialise in the prevention and treatment of tooth-related and mouth-related conditions.
District nursing services
Description: District nurses are trained nurses, who provide skilled nursing care, support and advice to patients and carers in a community setting.
Description: GP practices provide a range of health services.
Drug and alcohol services available through your GP
Description: Specialist clinical support is available for people who would prefer to be treated by a GP and a specialist nurse for their problematic or dependent use of drugs or alcohol.
Emergency health care
Description: If you need medical care in an emergency there are some options, including out of hours GP and dentist services, the NHS 111 service and accident and emergency departments.
Expert Patients Programme
Postal address: FREEPOST WSMS
Telephone: 020 8812 6750
Description: This is a course which aims to help you improve your health and wellbeing by learning and developing new skills to manage your life and condition on a daily basis.