Trinity Medical Centre
1 Goldstone Villas, Hove, BN3 3AT
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Self Care – (information and links to helpful fact sheets)
Safety- netting documents for parents:
BEFORE YOU MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
To enable us to give the best possible care to those with significant complex need, please have a read of this helpful leaflet: HELP MY GP
Many conditions can also be dealt with without seeing a doctor or needing an appointment.
HAVE YOU SPOKEN TO YOUR PHARMACIST?
Your local pharmacist can provide advice as well as treatments for minor ailments. These include:
- Mild acne 10.Coughs/colds
- Sore throats 11. Flu
- Cystitis 12. Medication reviews
- Rashes 13. Mild eczema/dermatitis
- Earache 14. Emergency contraception
- Diarrhoea 15. Eye symptoms
- Hay fever 16. Haemorrhoids
- Scabies 17. Worms
- Warts & verrucas
And many more
HAVE YOU TRIED SELF CARE?
Did you know that £2 billion per year of NHS money is spent with people coming to their surgery with minor ailments and 18% of GP consultations are for minor ailments that do not need to be seen by the GP? There is a lot more self help and advice at NHS Choices
We have a variety of helpful self Care information and links which could help you to treat your illness without the need for an appointment:
· Self Care Fact Sheets http://www.selfcareforum.org/fact-sheets/
· NHS Symptom Checker https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/
Use the online NHS Choices Symptom Checker tool to check your symptoms and get advice on what to do next. It’s faster than phoning and a nurse can call you back for free if required. Click on the name above to be taken directly to the symptom checker.
· NHS Live Well Advice, tips and tools to help you make the best choices about your health and well being.
Self refer – (services available for self referral)
If you suffer from insomnia, please use the link below to fill in the questionnaire, once completed bring in for a GP to look at and make an onward referral.
There are many health and wellbeing services you can go to in Brighton and Hove without needing to see your GP first for a referral:
Brighton & Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) website: https://www.brightonandhoveccg.nhs.uk/your-health/self-referral-and-active-signposting
- Pregnancy Services – http://www.mypregnancymatters.co.uk/
- Mental Health Services for Children, Young adults and Adults (18+) – https://www.brightonandhovewellbeing.org/adults-self-referral
- Sexual Health – http://www.brightonsexualhealth.com/
- Healthy Living/Lifestyle – https://www.brightonandhoveccg.nhs.uk/www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/healthylifestyles
- Physiotherapy – https://sussexmskpartnershipcentral.co.uk/self-referral/
- Money Advice – http://www.moneyadviceplus.org.uk/
- Drug and Alcohol misuse – https://www.brightonandhoveccg.nhs.uk/www.pavilions.org.uk
- Dentists – Information on the CCG self referral website – https://www.brightonandhoveccg.nhs.uk/your-health/self-referral-and-active-signposting
- Carers – https://carershub.co.uk/services/services-for-adult-carers/self-referral/
- It’s local Actually; Local Free and Low Cost Activities – https://www.itslocalactually.org.uk/
http://beezeebodies.com/ Programmes designed to make you and your family make small changes Which Make a Big Difference and help keep you healthy
PHYSIOTHERAPY. You can also now refer yourself directly to physiotherapy. Please look at this website with several useful resources physiotherapy exercise sheets as well as how to refer yourself for treatment
HAND AND WRIST SERVICE
If you are taking the opportunity to self-refer to one of these services, but you would still prefer to continue to request an appointment with a GP or nurse, our receptionists will be able to accommodate this as normal.
For more information to these services go to this website: https://www.brightonandhoveccg.nhs.uk/your-health/self-referral-and-active-signposting
If you are pregnant and experiencing back or hip pain you can now self refer to Physio via –
Community Navigators are trained volunteers with previous experience of supporting people.
They work with a person to help them identify and access the right local groups and services. Navigators facilitate onward referrals by making arrangements on the person’s behalf as needed, filling in forms, making appointments and following up.
Around half the people we support are aged over 65 and many are experiencing social isolation or anxieties about their medical conditions or wellbeing in general. Community Navigation is a proven method of helping people improve their wellbeing and access the services and groups they want and need.
Contact Community navigators if you are feeling:
- Isolation and loneliness
- Anxiety, stress and depression
- Housing, money and benefits issues
- Work and unemployment
- Lifestyle factors such as diet, exercise and weight loss
- Language and cultural barriers
For more information on how to contact someone read this leaflet: Community-Navigation-leaflet-2018-web
- Brighton Referral Management Service (“Optum”)Freephone: 0800 031 6639Local number: 020 3824 2001
- BSUH Booking Hub for all referrals to RSCH/PRH – 0300 303 8360
- MSK partnership for Orthopaedics/Rheumatology/Physiotherapy – 0300 303 8063
- Podiatry (SCFT foot health) service for nail issues/ corns or calluses/ gout/simple toe deformities – 01273 242184
- Brighton and Hove Wellbeing Service – 0300 002 0060
If you have any problems please ask to speak to the Medical Secretary.