Hertfordshire referrals

This page provides referral information for our Hertfordshire community services.

Respiratory service (West Hertfordshire)

Our West Hertfordshire respiratory service accept referrals from GPs, hospital consultants and community healthcare professionals, and once patients are known to the service they can self-refer back to the service during exacerbations or when they require advice and support. Patients being referred must be living, or registered with a GP, in West Hertfordshire (Dacorum, Hertsmere, St Albans and Harpenden and Watford and Three Rivers localities).

Patients can be referred to the West Herts community respiratory service using Choose and Book or by completing and submitting a referral form by email: westherts.resp@nhs.net or fax: 0300 008 3133.

Phone office: 01442 287604
eFax: 0300 008 3133
Advice line:  07944 960825
Email: westherts.resp@nhs.net

Sexual health 

For clinic information, please visit the Hertfordshire sexual health website:

Referrers can contact the sexual health Hertfordshire single point of access (SPA) team on:

  • Phone: 0300 008 5522

Sexual health walk-in clinics

In order to refer patients to Sexual Health Hertfordshire, you can send patients along to any of our Walk-In Clinics with or without a letter, or you can send a letter to one of our four main hubs:

• Watford

Watford Clinic
1st Floor, The Annexe
Watford Town Hall
Hempstead Road
WD17 3EX

• Stevenage

Southgate Health Centre

• Hertford

Clinic E
Top floor
Hertford County Hospital
North Road
SG14 1LP

Referral forms

Service Referral

Phone Office: 01442 287604
eFax: 0300 008 3133
Advice line:
07944 960825
Email: westherts.resp@nhs.net

· community-respiratory-clinic-referral-form.doc

· home-oxygen-referral-form.doc

· obstructive-sleep-apnoea-referral-form.doc

· pulmonary-rehabilitation-referral-form.doc

Sexual Health

Call SPA on: 0300 008 5522

Referrers can contact the Sexual Health Hertfordshire single point of access (SPA).

Pathway guide for referrers

Click here to download CLCH's pathway guide for GPs from October 1st