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Self Referrals

MSK Beds

You can now self-refer to physiotherapy for muscle and joint problems without needing to see your GP. Please complete this form in full so that we can ensure that you see the most appropriate health professional. In some cases, you may be required to see your GP for further assessment prior to referring into the service. 

Please complete the form and email to msk.bedfordshire@nhs.net or you can post to: 
Bedfordshire MSK Services, 
Enhanced Service Centre, 
3 Kimbolton Road, 
Bedford, 
Bedfordshire, 
MK40 2NT 

Click here to download the form

Path to Recovery (P2R)

Drug and Alcohol Services for Central Bedfordshire and Bedford Borough.  Supporting the changes you want to make to your drug and alcohol use.

P2R is a one stop service which provides advice, treatment and support to adults 18+ whose lives are affected by drug or alcohol use.  We are open to residents of Bedford Borough or Central Bedfordshire.

We provide an intergated service with a range of expertise available in one place.  We treat you with dignity and respect.

We support you to make the life changes that you want to make and help you build sustainable recovery so that you can live life free from dependence on drugs or alcohol.

Access to the Service - You can refer yourself to the Service.  Just walk in.

We open:

P2R Dunstable - 67 High St North. LU6 1JF / 01582 501780

Monday to Friday 09.00 - 17.00  -  Open later on Tuesdays Until 20.00

 

PR2 Leighton Buzzard 8 Kilgour Court L77 1AT / 01525 852811

Monday to Friday 09.00 - 17.00 By appointment only.

Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service

Bedfordshire Wellbeing Service Gilbert Hitchcock House, Bedford Health Village, 21 Kimbolton Road, Bedfordshire 
Bedford  MK40 2AW
 
Telephone numbers: 01234 880400 / 01234 210307
To self refer - please complete the form by clicking Here
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