Physiotherapy Self Referal
Our physiotherapist is at the Crown Surgery twice a week, on a Wednesday and a Friday.
Theres no need to make an appointment with the GP to be referred for physiotherapy, you can now self refer by downloading the form below, or picking one up from the reception desk, and bringing into surgery when you make your physio appointment.
Unfortunately we can no longer offer smoking sensation appointments in surgery. However you can now self refer for this service by contacting the New Leaf & Bassetlaw stop smoking service.
For more information or to book an appointment, contact New Leaf on 0800 389 7712 or 01623 818868 and a member of the team will call you back.
Or email the team at: NewLeaf@notts.nhs.uk
If you would like help losing weight, you can self refer by contacting Change Point, which is funded by the nottinghamshire county council and is a personalised, free local weight management service for you.
For more information, you can call on 03330 050092
Reduced rate number, Mon-Fri 8am- 6pm 24 hour voicemail
Or visit the website here
Lets Talk- Wellbeing is a primary care psychological therapy service which runs a self referral scheme across Nottinghamshire. It is a free NHS psychological service offering assessment and treatments for people who experience mental health problems such as depression, anxiety or stress. Lets Talk-Wellbeing provides a range of face to face talking therapies, groups and computerised self help materials to treat mental health difficulties that affect 1 in 4 of us at some time in our life.
They will be available at Clipstone Surgery every Wednesday and Thursday. You can refer yourself by collecting a self refer form from Clipstone Surgery, or alternatively you can complete the secure and confidential self-referral online at www.letstalkwellbeing.co.uk
Let's Talk Wellbeing
600 The Wells Road
Tel: 01159 560888
Fit For Work
Fit for Work referrals now available for all GPs in England and Wales
As of 22 July 2015, all GPs across England and Wales can refer their employed patients for a free and independent occupational health assessment if they have been, or are likely to be, off work for four weeks or more due to illness.
Referral to Fit for Work is voluntary, and is suitable for any employed person who has a realistic prospect of returning to work and for whom returning to work will not adversely affect their health. The assessment culminates in a personalised Return to Work Plan providing a schedule for a person’s return to work along with signposting to helpful services based around their needs.
GPs will continue to make decisions on day-to-day health care matters. When a GP makes a referral, Fit for Work will not have access to GPs’ notes, but only to any existing fit notes and any further information considered by GPs to be relevant to the absence or current treatment. Employers remain responsible for decisions on managing absence and paying statutory sick pay, and will now have access to better independent information when doing so. By autumn 2015, employers will be able to refer their eligible employees to Fit for Work themselves without the need to go via GPs.
To find out more, visit the Fit for Work website where you can sign up for updates.
SMART Recover runs mutual support meetings where through open and confidential discussion, they help themselves and eachother recover from any kind of addictive behaviour.
The local SMART Recovery meetings are held on Thursdays between 1.00pm and 2.30pm at Hettys, 23 Woodhouse Road, Marlborough House, Mansfield.
The Citizens Advice aim to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives.
They provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.
Due to recent funding cuts, from 24th May 2016 there will be no Citizens Advice service at Crown Medical Centre. They are constantly looking for sources of funding in order to reinstate the Outreach Service.
In the meantime people will be able to access information and advice on:
Advice Line (0344) 411 1444