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In Line with government advice, we are asking all our patients to wear their own face covering  (scarf, mask) if attending the surgery. We regret we are unable to provide masks due to insufficient supplies. Thank you for your co-operation.  

Self-referral info

Physiotherapy

If you are registered with our practice you can now self-refer into the physiotherapy department at Princess Royal Hospital – Haywards Heath.

You can self-refer yourself to physiotherapy through an online form or by picking up a paper referral form from our reception or the hopital physiotherapy department.

Princess Royal Hospital physio self referral page click to open the self referral form.


MSK physio advice page contains lots of useful information about self managment of musculoskeletal conditions.


Physio Self-referral form PDF form for printing and dropping in to the surgery or physio department


Time to talk


TTT self-refer by phone 01444 251084.

Time to Talk website

Online referral

Check out the latest Self Referral Time to Talk video

Time to Talk are a friendly and approachable services offering free NHS talking therapies to people who are struggling with:

Managing a long term condition (Time to Talk Health)
Stress, Worry and General Anxiety
Depression
Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia
Phobias
Social Anxiety
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Health Anxiety
Post Natal Depression
Low Self Esteem or Low Confidence
Relationship difficulties
Bereavement and Reactions to Loss

Therapies include:

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Inter Personal Therapy
Counselling 
Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
Guided Self Help
Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Employment Support
Signposting
Courses and workshops
Books on prescription


Time to Talk is not a crisis or emergency service. If you feel you need help urgently, please contact:

Sussex Mental Health Line: 0300 5000101
The Samaritans on 116 123
Your local A&E department
Your GP (including out of hours service)

How To Access

Phone self-referral

Please call the relevant number below (according to where you live) and our friendly team will help you:
In Mid Sussex call 01444 251084.
Time to Talk Health call 01273 666480

Online referral

Please complete the online self-referral form which is available any time day or night.

Your treatment may be telephone appointments, workshops, courses or face to face appointments. Your therapist will explain what you can expect from us and discuss tasks which may help you make the most of your therapy (eg: reading, keeping a thought diary or doing a task).

They have 5 teams located across West Sussex. You can find out which team to contact depending on where you live.

The core therapy hours are between 8am and 5pm, however appointments and courses are sometimes arranged up until 8pm and arranged locally.

Services are provided in a number of different locations. They will see you in a GP surgery, one of their bases, a local community hospital or community venue. Disabled access is available in every venue. Access via Bus services and parking will vary in each location.


Time to Talk Health 

supporting people who live with a long-term health condition (website)

Tel: 01273 666480, Email  sc-tr.ltcreferrals@nhs.net

Online referral


Time to Talk Health is a free NHS Service for residents registered with a West Sussex GP who are in need of support to cope/manage with some of the following long-term health conditions:

  • Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes
  • A cardiac (heart) condition.
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary (lung) Disease (COPD)
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
  • Asthma
  • Musculoskeletal pain

Living with any of these conditions can be difficult to manage. Patients may become worried, anxious or low in mood, which can lead to deteriorating health. They may benefit from support either to adjust to a new diagnosis or at a later stage as their condition progresses. Our friendly qualified team of therapists and healthcare practitioners work with patients and their nurses and doctors in order to achieve the outcomes they want, for example to:

Make and sustain healthy lifestyle changes - no matter how big or small.
Better manage medication.
Overcome fears, anxieties or low mood related to living with their condition(s).
Reduce the impact of the condition(s) on work, family life and other activities.
Improve knowledge and understanding of the condition(s) and related symptoms.
Working closely with a range of other professionals we offer a variety of interventions to improve health and wellbeing, such as:

Phone consultations at a time that suits.
One-to-one sessions.
Group work with others who experience the same symptoms.

How To Access

Patients can contact us directly or ask their GP or other healthcare professional to refer them using the same contact details below.

Tel: 01273 666480 (a message can be left outside of working hours and will be responded to the next working day), Email: sc-tr.ltcreferrals@nhs.net or online referral

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Mid Sussex Wellbeing

Free local service to help you take the first steps towards a healthier you

www.midsussexwellbeing.org

Telephone 01444 477191

Contact the Wellbeing Team to talk with a trained advisor about what you want to achieve.

Services include: Support, reduce drinking, weight loss, quit smoking, eat well, signposting, health checks, information

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