NHS Choices is the official website of the NHS. It provides a comprehensive health information service with thousands of articles, videos, and tools, helping you to make the best choice about your health and lifestyle.
Their service directories let you find, choose and compare health, support and social care services in England. They also publish reviews and ratings across health and social care services.
Our directory of health and social care services in Southwark
We have put together a directory of health and social care services in Southwark, with contact details, so you can easily find your service.
We are continually updating this, so if you can't see your service, please let us know!
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Other useful online resources
Southwark Wellbeing Hub
The Wellbeing Hub has a comprehensive directory of over 900 services that are based in and/or serve the borough of Southwark. It is a tool to help you find the support that best fits your needs. You can search the directory by entering keywords into the search bar, or explore topics such as ‘housing’ or ‘health and wellbeing’.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC)
The CQC is the independent regulator of health and adult care services in England. You can find out the CQC rating for a service by going to their website.
South East London Clinical Commissioning Group (SEL CCG)
SEL CCG works together to improve the health and care services they buy across the six boroughs in South East London. On their website, you can find information on local services, advice on managing your health, and their vision for care in South East London and Southwark specifically.
Counselling Directory is a nationwide database of qualified counsellors and psychotherapists. They also have information of different types of therapy, common mental health issues, frequently asked questions, and more.
Healthy Caring Guide
This guide provides information to carers about staying healthy, fit and independent and identifies the support that’s available to help maintain their heath & wellbeing. To view the guide in full click here.
NHS 111 Service
You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice but it’s not a life-threatening situation – it’s available 24/7. Take a look at the FAQs here.