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Elthorne Park Surgery





Dear Patient


If you have been referred for tests and treatments following your consultation with the GP, a referral will be forwarded to the Referral Facilitation Service (RFS).


Their administration team will:


1.       Book an appointment on your behalf.


2.       Make any changes if necessary to this appointment.


3.       Answer any queries you may have in connection with this appointment.


For all of the above, please have your NHS number ready and call the RFS team on:

0800 083 6255


You can also email the team on: ealccg.rfsreferrals@nhs.net



MSK physiotherapy referrals                                                 020 3313 9383

(Please call within 48hrs)


Memory Clinic referrals (Sycamore Lodge)                            020 8483 1662

CAMHS                                                                                020 8354  8160

1 Armstrong Way  

Southall UB2 4SA


Carmelita House (under 16's)                                               020 8825 8700


Early Pregnancy Unit - West Middlesex Hospital                      020 8321 6070/6506

Early Pregnancy Unit Queen Charlotte Hospital          020 3313 5131      

Du Cane Road , London W12 0HS

Gynaecology/Fertility Clinic - Queen Charlottes Hospital   020 3313 5118


*PLEASE NOTE: Your referral to secondary care will take 10 working days to be completed if it is not deemed to be clinically urgent. We do try our very best to complete referrals before this time.



Ealing Hospital


Ealing Hospital is a district general hospital providing acute and emergency services for the West London Community. Visit their website.


Ealing Social Services


Social Services is one of the organisations legally responsible for the well being of vulnerable people living in the Borough of Ealing. Visit their website.


Carers in Ealing


In Ealing alone there are approximately 35,000 informal carers. A carer is someone who spends a regular and substantial time looking after someone who is too ill or disabled to manage alone. Visit their website.




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