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In some circumstances it is possible for patients to self-refer themselves to free services without seeing their GP first.


Integrated Therapy Partnership provides NHS musculoskeletal services  to people living in Norwich and South Norfolk. It is a collaborative service run by Norfolk Community Health and Care, AHP Suffolk and Global Diagnostics.

The physiotherapy service is GP directed and is available to self-refer online by visiting or by telephoning 0333 433 966.

Termination of Pregnancy 

Our patients will now be signposted to the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) for support with termination of pregnancy. They have over 40 clinics across England, Wales and Scotland; the nearest to Dereham being BPAS Norwich, Turnstone Court, Norwich Community Hospital , Bowthorpe Road, Norwich, NR2 3TU. For advice and appointments call 03457 30 40 30.  The service does not require a letter from your GP but you will need your NHS number, feel free to contact the Surgery to obtain this information if you are unsure.

For more information on the service provided, visit the website -

Health Trainer Service  

 If you're over the age of 16 and live in Norfolk you can access the support and encouragement of a Health Trainer – for free!  Health Trainers can give you help in taking the first step towards a new, healthier lifestyle by:
  • giving you own personal health plan
  • working with you to make sure you achieve your goal
  • let you know about other services in your area which can improve your health and wellbeing

 For more information on the Southern Norfolk Health Trainer Service, call  01842 757341 or email the team

Download the Health Trainer Information Sheet - Health Trainer Information Sheet

Download the Health Trainer Self Referral Form - Health Trainer Self Referral Form


Mental Health & The Wellbeing Service  

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