Self-referrals and signposting

At the Junction Health Centre we’re committed to providing our patients with the care they need at the right time, with the right clinician. As a patient you can access some of your local healthcare services without visiting the practice. These include health and wellbeing advice alongside self-referrals for specific treatments.

For more information on The Junction Health Centre’s services, please view our patient services leaflet here.

Counselling and mental health
Pregnancy, maternity and child health
Managing diabetes
Travel and vaccinations advice
Useful links


If you’ve been referred to a hospital or clinic, you can check on the status of your referral here.

You will need the booking reference number stated on your booking letter and the password or access code. If you don’t have these details or for any other queries, please call the practice anytime after 10am and a member of the team will be able to speak to you.

Wandsworth musculoskeletal (MSK) self-referral

Get help and advice for managing:

Find out more about Wandsworth MSK self-referral.

Self-referral to Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS)

If you have a recent problem with your eyes, such as sore eyes, red eyes or visual disturbance, you can be assessed and treated by our local MECS. Find out more information about MECS.


There are numerous coronavirus resources and services to help you if you or a loved one is, or has been, affected by coronavirus.

Counselling and mental health

Get help and advice on your mental wellbeing:

Talk Wandsworth – Talking Therapies (IAPT – Improving Access to Psychological therapies)

Talk Wandsworth is part of the Department of Health’s Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) initiative. The service is provided by South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust.

They offer access to a range of talking therapies for people with common mental health problems and everyday challenges. They provide treatments that are recommended by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).

Treatments include:

Therapies, both group and individual, are provided either in their hub in Tooting Broadway, in GP surgeries and other community venues across the borough. They also offer individual therapy by audio-visual link (like Skype).

Self-refer to the service via self-referral form (

Every Mind Matters

Wandsworth Bereavement Service

Pregnancy, maternity and child health

If you are pregnant you’ll need to register online for ante-natal care during your pregnancy. You can do so via any of these links:

St George’s University Hospital

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital 

If you require more information or are unsure of which hospital to register with, please contact a member of our team.

Healthier Together is a great online tool if you have concerns during your pregnancy, or are worried about your baby’s or child’s health. Healthier Together is a site that has been reviewed by experts in child health – your local paediatricians, GPs and clinicians across the region, and offers great advice for parents who are worried about common illnesses in children.

Termination of pregnancy

As an NHS patient you can now self-refer for termination of pregnancy. You do not need a letter from your GP or practice. For more information or to book an appointment call the South West London Termination of Pregnancy Services direct on 0345 872 5503.

Managing your diabetes

Get advice and support on living with diabetes via Diabetes Book and Learn.

Travel vaccinations and advice

If you are planning to travel outside the UK, you may need to be vaccinated against some of the serious diseases found in other parts of the world. Visit Fit For Travel for health information. Please speak to a receptionist if you require an appointment for travel vaccinations. 

Useful links


Wandsworth PCN Social Prescribing

SLAM – Community Drug and Alcohol Service

Age UK Wandsworth

Wandsworth Borough Council

e-Learning for Healthcare

Healthwatch Wandsworth