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One You Merton - health improvement service

Available free to anyone over the age of 18 who lives and/or works in Merton, One You can help you work towards better health by supporting you in being more physically active and increasing your participation in exercise, eating well and improving your diet, better managing your…

PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service)

The Patient Advice and Liaison Service, known as PALS, has been introduced to ensure that the NHS listens to patients, their relatives, carers and friends, and answers their questions and resolves their concerns as quickly as possible. PALS also helps the NHS to improve services…
Telephone 020 8296 2508

PANS/PANDAS UK Charity

PANS (paediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric syndrome) and PANDAS (paediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric syndrome associated with strep) are devastating neuropsychiatric conditions triggered by a misdirected immune response. The charity offers: Resources for parents including diagnostic criteria and details of local support groups.  Resources for Medical professionals   Resources for teachers and Schools …

Patrick Doody Clinic - Sexual health services

Sexual Health South West London offers routine sexual health and contraception service led by our nursing team and booked appointments with doctors. The young person’s specific walk-in clinic at Patrick Doody is available Monday 3pm-7pm.
Telephone 0333 300 2100 - sexual health

Perinatal mental health support

Resources to support the mental health of new fathers; parents who had a baby during the pandemic, and mothers from British South Asian communities, have been launched by the Institute of Health Visiting (iHV). The interactive resources are known as Factographics.  They highlight some of…

Perinatal Mental Health: Help & Emotional Support During Pregnancy and After

An online information page that gives details of the support available to pregnant women and new parents, who may be experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties such as depression and anxiety.  The page has been designed for pregnant women and new parents with a…
Telephone 020 8266 6984

Pregnancy and Post-natal Classes (Maternally Fit)

Maternally Fit conducts exercise classes for pregnant and post-natal women. All classes are conducted by a Women's Health Physiotherapist, with specialist training in exercise for pregnancy and the post-natal (after birth) period. The first class is free. Subsequent classes are pre-paid and pre-booked. You can…

Priory Arthur House - Eating Disorder Service in Wimbledon

Arthur House is an eating disorder service, based in Wimbledon, South West London, providing an alternative to traditional eating disorder treatment in a hospital. We provide help for those stepping down from a more intensive hospital stay, or those addressing challenges not yet reached a…

Queen Mary's Hospital for Children

The Queen Mary's Hospital for Children is a separate hospital located on the St Helier Hospital site. Within the children's hospital, a range of services dedicated to the needs of children is provided, including radiology, outpatients, day surgery, inpatients, assessment unit, therapy services and pharmacy…

Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre

Rape Crisis South London provide face-to-face counselling for women aged 14 and above, who have been raped or sexually abused at any time in their lives and who live and/or work in any of the South London boroughs. The service is provided regardless of ethnicity,…
Telephone 0808 802 9999 (Helpline) Telephone 020 8683 3311 (Outreach & Counselling)
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