Radford Medical Practice 0115 979 2691

Nottingham Trent University
Student Health Centre 0115 848 6481

Community services

There is a wealth of information and resources available online and within the community. Please see our list below.

Community services

Base51 Counselling Service:

The Base 51 Counselling service offers short and longer term counselling and psychotherapy to young people aged 11-25.  Counsellors are trained in a number of approaches and have vast experience of working with young people to work towards their aims.

Contact number: 0115 9525040

Cervical Smear information 

ChatHealth Messaging service – Discreet and quick messaging with qualified health professionals for ages 11-19.

Trent Dementia – a local charity that offers a #1000MilesWalk project for people living with dementia to become more active.

The Nottingham Recovery Network

Physiotherapy: 

We have 3 physiotherapists working at the surgery across both sites. They will carry out a consultation over the phone initially to assess you, then book you in for a face to face appointment if necessary. If you wish to book a telephone appointment, please call us or put a request through AskmyGP. Alternatively you can self-refer to a physiotherapist online here

Midwifery: 

To contact the midwife please contact Radford Health Centre on 0115 883 4000

Contraception: 

Most pharmacies offer emergency contraception and some offer it for free for under 25’s. Click here to find out where offers this service. Alternatively you can go to:

  • The Health Shop 0115 844 1855
  • Victoria Health Centre – contraception and sexual health screenings. 0115 962 7627
  • SH:24 STI Testing kits, contraceptive pills, emergency contraception, genital wart treatment and genital herpes treatment.

Nottingham City Self-Help 

NHS Website 

Urgent Care Centre – UCC can treat minor injuries and illnesses including minor burns, minor head injuries or suspected broken bones. They can x-ray children over 5 and provide simple fracture management, meaning you don’t have to go to A and E. They can also now see the under 2’s. They’re open 7 days a week, 365 days a year from 7am-9pm and you don’t need an appointment.