Self Referral forms for Services

Self Referral

What is a self referral?


You may have a medical condition or complaint that you can book an appointment for with a secondary medical health service yourself without the need to see or speak to your GP first.

Below are some services who allow patients to self-refer and some details of how to make a referral.

Brighton & Hove Wellbeing Service


This offers therapeutic support with talking therapies for people experiencing mild to moderate depression, general anxiety and worry, panic attacks, social anxiety, traumatic memories and obsessive compulsive disorders.

Click on the link below and the Adult Self-Referral form will be available through the blue icon:


Physiotherapy at the Sussex MSK Partnership


Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future.


Click on the link below to see more information and follow the directions in the Self-referral/accessing the service tab:


Ankle Sprain Physio Advice

Knee Pain Physio Advice

Lateral Elbow (Tennis Elbow) Physio Advice

Low Back Pain Physio Advice

Neck Pain Physio Advice

OA Hip Physio Advice

OA Knee Physio Advice

Shoulder Impingement Physio Advice

Shoulder Pain Physio Advice

Wrist Sprain Physio Advice


Midwifery Service at Brighton and Sussex University Hospital  


If you find out you are pregnant you can get all the information and advice you need on Brighton and Sussex University Hospital maternity page. This website also has a self-referral form for booking all your pregnancy care including mid-wife appointments and scans etc.

Click on the link bleow for more information and self-referral:


Tarner Children's Centre


The Sure Start Children's Centre team, based at Tarner Centre, is made up of Health Visitors, Early Years Educators, Community Nursery Nurses, Volunteer Skills Development Coordinators and Group Support Workers. The team works with families, individuals and groups, in the home and in the centres. They can be contacted at;

Tarner Children's Centre
Ivory Place

Telephone: 01273 296700

Visit our facebook page

Or for more information click on the link below;




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