Self Referral Information

Many services previously accessed through your GP surgery can now be accessed directly without the need for a GP appointment. This can be time saving for you and helps avoid unnecessary appointments with the GP or Nurse Practitioner.

Please refer to contact details or follow the links below for further information:

‘If you Care – We Care’   The Practice has a dedicated Carers Champion – Kimberley Allsopp

Derbyshire Carers Association: Tel: 01773 833 833

North Staffs Carers Association: Tel: 01782 793 100

The Citizens Advice Bureau visits Hartington Surgery each Wednesday morning. They are able to offer free, confidential, impartial advice on a range of subjects including legal, financial and consumer matters. Appointments are available for registered patients from 9.15am and must be pre-booked at Reception on 01298 84315 (opt 1)

Advice is also available by contacting the public advice line on 0300 456 8390 (9am to 4pm Monday to Friday)

High Peak & Dales Central hub

Tel: 01332 565 900 (open 8am -6.30pm)
This is the number for urgent and non-urgent calls

IAPT – Counselling and Psychological Therapy Services

Please Download this Leaflet: IAPT SERVICE PROVIDERS 2021

Build Sound Minds – Services available to support children and young people’s emotional and mental health

Build Sound Minds Leaflet

Build Sound Minds – Derby and Derbyshire Services available to support children and young people’s emotional and mental health April 2020. Derby and Derbyshire have one joint Future in Mind Local Transformation Plan which sets out the priorities and

A service available for those aged 10 – 25yrs. Support available for your mental health.

Derbyshire Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team – If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and don’t feel that you are able to cope without urgent support, you can contact your Doctor or Derbyshire Crisis Resolution and Home Treatment Team:

Tel – 01298 814 784 or out of hours number 07973 967 186
This service is available for adults aged 18-65 years

Download this document: Dementia Support in Derbyshire During COVID-19 FAQs

Looking for information, support or advice about dementia? our helpline is here for you on: 0300 222 11 22

Cauldon Chambers
10 Stoke Road
Stoke-on-Trent, ST4 2DP


Telephone: 01782 214 999

Email: [email protected]

Contact Details:

  • Buxton: 07816 064 870
  • Ashbourne: 01335 230 000-opt 5
  • Staffordshire: 0300 124 5029
  • Derbyshire wide central point of access 0-19yrs (HV and school age): 01246 515 100
  • Child Health Advice – chat/text based service 0-5 SPA: 07507 327 769 (for parents)

Live Life Better – Derbyshire – Help to feel fitter, lose weight or quit smoking

The Derbyshire Recovery Partnership – Help with a drug or alcohol problem

Live Life Better Derbyshire

Derbyshire Recovery Partnership

Social Prescribing – Offering a range of support and services, taking a holistic approach to people’s health and wellbeing

High Peaks CVS Social Prescribing – Welcome to High Peak CVS Social Prescribing Service. Social prescribing is a means of enabling GP surgeries to refer people to a social prescribing link worker.

  • Buxton Cottage Hospital – Tel: 01246 214 000
    London Road, Buxton, Derbyshire, Sk17 9NJ
  • Whitworth Hospital – Tel: 01629 580 211
    330 Bakewell Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 2 JD

(Please note – there is no Urgent Treatment Centre at St.Oswalds Hospital, Ashbourne). If your injury is during normal GP Practice opening hours, you should contact the Surgery first for advice.

Urgent Treatment Centres can help with a variety of injuries, including:

  • Sprains
  • Minor Eye Injuries
  • Minor Scalds and Burns
  • Suspected Broken Bones
  • Fevers
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Provide Emergency Contraception

If your injury is more serious you may have to travel to a larger Accident and Emergency unit –

If you think you may be pregnant you can arrange your antenatal care by contacting High Peak Maternity Office on: 01298 212 217

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening

An Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) is a potentially life threatening condition, with the highest risk group being males over the age of 65. Screening can help spot a swelling in the aorta early on when it can be treated. The screening consists of a painless, non-invasive ultrasound scan.

Contact details and referrals

In England, appointment letters are automatically sent to men during the year they turn 65. Men aged 66+ can refer themselves for AAA screening.

To make an appointment by telephone or email:

Telephone 01332 783 485 – Please have your 10-digit NHS number ready, if possible.
Email: [email protected] – Please include your 10-digit NHS number


Bowel Cancer Screening

NHS bowel cancer screening checks if you could have bowel cancer. It’s available to everyone aged 60 or over and 56 year olds. If you’re within the screening age range and have not yet received your first test kit, tel: 0800 7076060 to request one.

Recalled every 2 years from ages over 55 – 74yrs


Breast Cancer Screening

To have screening you have an x-ray of your breast called a mammogram. Breast screening is for women between the ages of 50 and 70, it is also for some trans or non-binary people. You should get a letter with your results within 2 weeks.

Please contact 01246 516060 for further information and to find out about screening services in your area.

Recalled every 3 years from ages 50 – 71yrs


Cytology – (Smears)

Cervical screening is available to women and people with a cervix aged 25 to 64 in England. All eligible people who are registered with a GP (as female) automatically receive an invitation by mail.

Please contact the Surgery to make appointemnts for cervical screening.

Recalled every 3 years from ages 24½ – 49yrs

Recalled every 5 years from ages 50 – 64yrs

St. Oswalds Hospital: Tel: 01335 230 000 Opt.7
Clifton Road,  Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 1DR

Buxton Health Centre: Tel: 01298 79251
Bath Road,  Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 6HH

Newholme Hospital, Ashford Therapy Unit: Tel: 01629 817973
Baslow Road, Bakewell, derbyshire

Or via this form: Request for community podiatry assessment

Emotional and Practical Support: Buxton Group Meeting

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us – and meet other people affected by Parkinson’s in your area.

Buxton Cavendish Hospital: Tel: 01246 565 050 Opt. 2

Bakewell Newholme Hospital: Tel: 01246 565 050 Opt. 2

St.Oswalds Hospital, Ashbourne: Tel: 01335 230 000 then press option 4 for Physio

Strictly no Falling – You can self-refer for support and exercise classes to help prevent you falling.

Age UK Derby and Derbyshire: Stictly No Falling Referrals. Click the link below

The Strictly No Falling Referral Form

This can be used for new referrals to falls classed (section 1 and 2) or instructors can provide individual assessment scores (sections 1 and 3).

A range of sexual health services are avialble across Derbyshire including matters related to Contraception, Pregnancy concerns and sexually transmitted diseases

You can book online at:

Stoke on Trent and North Staffs

Includes Cobridge, NewcastleUnder Lyme, Bentilee, Blurton, Meir and Shelton

East Cheshire Go sexual Health

Includes: Liverpool, Knowsley, Cheshire East, Warrington & Halton

Call Derbyshire – Tel – 01629 533190

Social Services via Staffordshire County Council – Tel: 0300 111 8000

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