Self Referral Services

We have provided our patients with a list of services that they can self-refer to without the need to see a GP or Nurse. You can normally self-refer by phone, attend a drop in clinic or by completing a self-referral form which you can send via email or post to the service of your choice.


Therapy Referral Services

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Occupational Therapy Self Referral

An occupational therapist can identify strengths and difficulties you may have in everyday life, such as dressing or getting to the shops, and will help you work out practical solutions.  

Further information and the self referral form can be found by clicking here.

PLEASE NOTE:
This service is for those living in Aberdeen City Council only.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Self Referral

Patients with injuries or illness requiring physiotherapy input are able to self-refer for NHS physiotherapy advice/input.  For those that wish to self-refer please complete the form by clicking here.

Your completed form should be returned by either:
1. Post to: The MSK Referral Centre, First Floor, Ward 6, Woodend Hospital, Eday Road, Aberdeen, AB15 6XS, or
2. Email to: gram.mskreferralcentre@nhs.scot

Further information about the service can be found on the NHS Grampian Physiotherapy website -  http://www.mskphysiogrampian.scot.nhs.uk/

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Podiatry Self Referral

You can self-refer for Podiatry Services.

Please download the form for completion by clicking here.

On completion of your form please post to the following address or email to:
Podiatry Service
Aberdeen Health and Care Village
50 Frederick Street
Aberdeen, AB24 5HY
Email: nhsg.podiatryselfreferral@nhs.scot

Telephone: 0345 099 0200

Your self referral will be reviewed by the Podiatrist and you will be contacted by letter with the outcome, this may include an assessment or self management options.

Podiatry Patient booklet - click here.
Footcare Advice Booklet - Click here.

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Termination of Pregnancy

Finding that you have an unplanned pregnancy can be emotionally difficult and stressful. Some women will choose to continue the pregnancy but other women will choose to have a termination. Women wanting to discuss unplanned pregnancy are seen by appointment at dedicated NHS Grampian clinics.

You can contact the sexual health service directly on 01224 655535 between 9am and 2pm Monday to Friday.

Before you attend we recommend you read the leaflet (link below) which lets you know what will happen at this first appointment at the Aberdeen Community Health & Care Village, Frederick Street, Aberdeen.

Termination of pregnancy leaflet can be downloaded by clicking here.

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Smoking Advice Service

If you live in Grampian and would like free help and support to stop smoking then you can contact the NHS Grampian Public Health Healthpoint service. Call our Healthline on 08085 20 20 30 and speak to an advisor who can help you find the right support for you including access to free stop smoking medications such as Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). You can also e-mail Healthpoint on gram.healthpoint@nhs.scot and an advisor will get back to you, or fill in this online referral form Click Here

The Healthpoint service is available Mon-Fri 9-5pm.

You can also get free support to stop smoking along with free access to NRT from your local community pharmacy. So stop in past any pharmacy whenever you can and speak to one of the staff who will help you find the right support for you.


Care Referral Services

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Care Management Assessments - Aberdeen City

A care manager can undertake an assessment for patients with community care health needs such as housing, social work, home carer provision, or other care needs such as nursing home placement.

Further information and the self referral form can be found by clicking here.

Completed  forms should be returned via email to CareMgtAdmin@aberdeencity.gov.uk

PLEASE NOTE:
This service is for those living in Aberdeen City Council only.

Community Meals Service

Community Meals Service

Tasty, nutritious meals can be delivered straight to your door through the Bon Accord Care community meal service.

For further information and self referral form please click here.

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Care Management Assessments - Aberdeenshire

A care manager can undertake an assessment for patients with community care health needs such as housing, social work, home carer provision, or other care needs such as nursing home placement.

Further information can be found by clicking here.

Referrals to Aberdeenshire can be made via telephone on 0345 608 1206 or via email by contacting aberdeenshireHSCP@aberdeenshire.gov.uk.

PLEASE NOTE:
This service is for those living in AberdeenSHIRE Council only

Information Self Referral Services

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Aberdeen Citizens Advice Bureau

Advice provided by our service is free, independent, confidential, impartial and available to everyone.
They look at the problems people bring to our advice services and campaign for change where it’s needed most.

They can help with:
Benefits, Work, Debt and money, Consumer Issues, Family, Housing, Law and courts, Immigration, Health.

Opening hours:
Monday 09:00 – 16:45 (Drop In 09:00 – 14:30)
Tuesday 09:00 – 16:45 (Drop In 09:00 – 14:30)
Wednesday 09:00 – 16:45 (Drop In 09:00 – 14:30)
Thursday 09:00 – 16:45 (Drop In 09:00 – 14:30)
Friday 09:00 – 16:45 (Drop In 09:00 – 14:30)

Location: 41 Union StreetAberdeen AB11 5BN
Telephone: 01224 586255
website: https://www.aberdeencab.org.uk/

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HealthPoint

NHS Grampian healthpoint is your one stop health information point, offering free confidential information, advice and access to reputable services, in a friendly welcoming environment. NHS Grampian healthpoints work proactively to tackle health issues relating to self care offering free information and advice on a number of health concerns for professionals and members of the general public.

Freephone: 08085 202030

Healthline is a free local telephone line available Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm. Any information requested is sent by post free of charge. All calls are confidential and are answered by trained health advisers.

Further information can be found by clicking here.

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Community Meals Service

Tasty, nutritious meals can be delivered straight to your door through the Bon Accord Care community meal service.

For further information and self referral form please click here.

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Sexual Health Services

Grampian Sexual Health Services provide the following free and confidential services

STI – testing and treatment
Treatment to prevent HIV in those who have been exposed within 72 hours (PEP)
Emergency contraception
Unplanned pregnancy advice
Contraceptive implants and coils
Investigation of genital symptoms
Testing for HIV, hepatitis B and hepatitis C
Treatment of HIV
Hepatitis B vaccination for those at risk
Specialist clinic for people under 18 years
Service for sex industry workers
Support and testing for people who have been sexually assaulted
Free condoms and lube
PrEP (Pre Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV)

Call: 0345 337 9900 for an appointment

For further information please click: www.grampiansexualhealthservices.com

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Community Chaplaincy Listening Service

Have you heard about the CCL Listening Service??

No, well let me tell you a little more about it…

We can all feel low, sad or be faced with challenges at some point in our lives including:-
• ill-health
• bereavement
• relationship breakdowns
• unemployment
• changes to life circumstances that just feel out of our control

But so often people do not want to burden their family and friends, and yet don’t know where to turn, but talking to someone out with our personal circle can sometimes be just what is needed and the Listening service can offer that for you.

The Listening service provides a safe, confidential space, free from judgement by our trained CCL listeners, for you to speak about whatever is causing you anxiety, or just making you feel low, and generally getting in your way of both your health and wellbeing.

Unlike counselling or other forms of psychological intervention, CCL Listeners are not there to fix the problem, they are there to listen to your story, told in your own words, to allow you the space to be seen, heard and process what is going on for you.

The Listening service is available at Old Machar Medical Practice.  You can make an appointment via with one of our trained listeners via reception or by calling 01224 65 55 55.  

For more information please see the listening service website.

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Single Point of Contact Service

A telephone service based in Aberdeen Royal Infirmary to support patients with questions or concerns about your referral to hospital.
They can give you advice about your hospital appointments and tests.  They can advice when you are likely to be seen and where you are on your referral pathway.

For further information please click here for the services information leaflet.

Contact:
Telephone: 01224-559526 or 01224-551041
(Open 9am-5pm Mon-Thurs and 9am-4pm Fri).
Email: gram.spocnavigators@nhs.scot

Address

526-528 King Street,                     
Aberdeen. AB24 5RS

Jesmond Drive,
Aberdeen. AB22 8UR

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