The Primary Care Centre, Hawstead Road, Catford, London, SE6 4JH

Tel: 020 7138 7150   Fax: 020 8690 7185   Text: 07800 009 656

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Monday & Wednesday: 8am-8pm Tuesday, Thursday & Friday 8am-8pm


Phones open from 8am and transfer

to SELDOC at 6.30pm.


SELDOC: 020 8693 9066


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Useful Websites for Patients


We have compiled a varied list of Health Related Websites:


Please view our disclaimer at the bottom of this page - regarding website links.


General Health


NHS Choices - Information from the NHS on conditions, treatments, local services and healthy living

Department of Health - website of the government department responsible for health issues

PALS - Patient Advice and Liaison Service for information, advice and support on health services whenever you need it

Lewisham Primary Care Trust

Lewisham Hospital

Lewisham Council - Health and Social Care Pages




Cancer Research UK - The worlds leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research.

Macmillan Cancer Relief - Improving the lives of people affected by cancer. Providing practical, medical and financial support.

Marie Curie Cancer Care

NHS Cancer Screening For Bowel, Breast, Cervical and Prostate Cancer

Bowel Cancer UK - Raising Awareness and Saving Lives

Breast Cancer Campaign

Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust - Helpline 0808 802 8000 - Offering info, support and friendship to women and families affected by cervical cancer.

The Prostate Cancer Charity UK


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Social Issues


Carers Lewisham - Supports anyone in lewisham who, unpaid, looks after a mentally or physically ill or disabled relative or friend. Call on 020 8699 8686

NSPCC - Stopping violence and cruelty against children

Lewisham Council's Child Safeguarding Pages - If you think a child is in immediate danger call 999. Otherwise call Lewisham Children’s Social Care on 020 8314 6000

Rushey Green Time Bank - Local people sharing time and skills to build happier, healthier communities

Women and Girls Network - Supporting and counselling women and girls who have experienced violence or abuse call on 020 7610 4345

Refuge UK - Supporting women and children who are experiencing domestic violence. Freephone National Helpline 24/7 0808 2000 247

Men's Advice Line - Supporting men who have experienced domestic violence.

Call on 0808 801 0327

Broken Rainbow - supporting gay, lesbian, bisexual, transexual victims of domestic violence. Call on 0300 999 5428

Respect - Help for abusers who want to end domestic violence. Call on 020 7549 0578

Sydenham Garden - A growing community

Lewisham Victim Support - Offering free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, families etc. Call on 0208 698 4583

AFRIL - Action For Refugees In Lewisham. A free advice and support service for refugees in Lewisham. Also provides a school education for children. Call on 020 8297 4111

Refuge - If ever you feel unsafe or threatened at home because of violence from a family member please contact Athena on 0800 112 4052 or email

Talk to your health professional for advice.

Lewisham safeguarding - Children and Adult safeguarding Board.



Other Health Websites


The Alzheimer's Society - Leading the fight against dementia

British Heart Foundation

Diabetes UK

Rehab4Addiction - is a national helpline designed to help employers when key staff members are affected by addiction.  Rehab 4 Addiction offers a free service, and we will help you make a claim against your insurance for treatment costs.



*Disclaimer: Although care has been taken in compiling and checking information contained in linked websites, we shall not be held responsible or in any way liable for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies whether arising from negligence or otherwise or for any consequences so arising, from information contained in linked websites. Links are made to sites for educational purposes only. Any medical or other decisions should always be made in consultation with your General Practitioner or Pharmacist.

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