Coronavirus: community neuro-rehabilitation service update
In response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please read our advice and information before attending the service.
We will usually see you in your home. However, if you are a Lambeth resident, we offer outpatient facilities at the Pulross Centre if you are able to attend your appointment. We can also see Lambeth or Southwark residents in any community setting, for example a leisure centre, public gym, park, college or café.
Pulross Centre (2B neuro-rehabilitation inpatient service, stroke team and neuro conditions teams)
47a Pulross Road
London SW9 8AE
Tel: 020 3049 5512
Opening hours: 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday
Lambeth Community Care Centre (NETT)
London SE11 4TX
Tel: 020 3049 8072
Tessa Jowell Health Centre (stroke and neuro conditions teams)
Tel: 020 3049 8940
How do I get an appointment?
You can either self refer or ask for a referral from your GP or health/social care professional.
You will either be seen at home, or at one of the locations at the top of this page, depending on which borough you live in.
Cancelling or changing your appointment
To change or cancel your appointment, please telephone the relevant number:
Lambeth residents: 020 3049 5512
Southwark residents: 020 3049 8940
NETT service: 020 3049 8072
Before your appointment
If your appointment is at home, it would be useful if you could spend some time thinking about what you find particularly difficult and what you would like to achieve with our support.
If you are coming to one of our clinics, please bring a list of medications that you are currently taking.
What to expect at your appointment
Most first appointments will take place in your home and last around an hour. Subsequent appointments usually take between 30 to 45 minutes. Occasionally Lambeth residents may be asked to attend their appointment at the Pulross Centre (address at the top of this page) if they are able to do so.
We will ask you about your condition and what is important to you so that we can agree goals together and work towards achieving them. This may involve completing daily exercises or practising tasks around the house. The goals we set will be time-limited. We will regularly review progress together and this will guide how long we work with you.
As this is a teaching NHS Trust, students supervised by qualified staff might be involved in your care. It is valuable training for students and does not affect the quality of your treatment in any way, but please tell us if you do not want them to be present or involved. We will always respect your wishes.
After your appointment
You will be given information about any follow-up appointments and numbers to contact if you need to speak to a member of the team.