Self Referral for Coronavirus Testing (NI)
Who can apply for a test?
Anyone with coronavirus symptoms can apply if they are, or live with an essential worker, a person aged 65 or over, or someone who travels to work. You can also apply for a test if you have a clinical referral from NHS 111 online. Coronavirus symptoms are a high temperature or a new, continuous cough.
When to apply for a test
You need to get the test done in the first 5 days of having symptoms. It’s best to apply for the test in the first 3 days as it may take 1 or 2 days to arrange.
Self- Referral To Maternity Booking Services
Patients can now self-refer for initial scan and booking. If you are concerned about miscarriage or have underlying health problems including obesity, please contact the surgery for an appointment.
Self-Referral to Trust Physiotherapy
Patients with certain Musculoskeletal injuries can self refer to trust Physiotherapy.
Self-Referral to Mental Health Services (CBT counselling mindfullness etc
Patients struggling with mild to moderate mental health difficulties wanting advice or support outside of our GP services can avail of third party organisations and support materials here.
This is a free support service, tailored to your needs. You don’t need to quit smoking immediately, but you will start making steps towards it and we will give you as many appointments as you need.
Advice, support and where to get tested
Here2Help app has been developed by a local initiative from people who want to make the range of services and support available to anyone in crisis.
Here2Help contains content from www.mindingyourhead.info, developed by the Public Health Agency.
Here2Help is available in the Google Play Store and the Apple iTunes App Store.