Solent NHS TrustHigh quality community and mental health services

Homeless Healthcare Team

A multi-disciplinary primary care team providing care to homeless people in Southampton.

Referral Criteria

The team will register anyone who is homeless* in Southampton and is not appropriately registered with a local GP.

*Homeless includes people sleeping rough, living in hostels or other temporary accommodation, families in emergency accommodation or refuge houses for victims of domestic violence or human trafficking, and Gypsies and Travellers on illegal encampments.

Individuals can self-refer by presenting to the Two Saints Day Centre, 30 Cranbury Avenue, Southampton anytime Mon-Fri between 9am-4pm.   Prospective patients can also be seen at Patrick House Hostel on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Alternatively you can telephone us on 023 8033 6991.

Families should initially be seen by their locality Health Visitor who can refer to the Homeless Healthcare Team if necessary.

Referrals to the Mental Health team come via the GPs and Nursing staff at the Team in the first instance

Only general enquirys should be sent to: diana.hogsflesh@nhs.net 

Emails relating to our registered patients should be directed to our generic email box and the sender should call ahead using the details below for this.

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Contact Information

Contact Diana Hogsflesh
Phone 023 8033 6991
Fax 023 8023 8596
Web www.homelesshealthcare-southampton.nhs.uk/
Address 30 Cranbury Avenue, Southampton, Hampshire, SO14 0LT
 

Opening Hours

Monday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm


Additional opening hours information
There is 24 access to urgent care for registered patients. Details available on our answer phone. Drop-in access is available between 9am and 4pm, Mon-Fri.

Additional Information for Health Professional

Full service description

The Homeless Healthcare Team provides primary healthcare to registered patients. 

The Team also provides specialist Health Visting care to families who are homeless but who will be registered with a local GP surgery. 

The Team also provides specialist Mental Health care to people who are homeless and who may be registered with a local GP surgery.

Referral Criteria

The team will register anyone who is homeless* in Southampton and is not appropriately registered with a local GP.

*Homeless includes people sleeping rough, living in hostels or other temporary accommodation, families in emergency accommodation or refuge houses for victims of domestic violence or human trafficking, and Gypsies and Travellers on illegal encampments.

Individuals can self-refer by presenting to the Two Saints Day Centre, 30 Cranbury Avenue, Southampton anytime Mon-Fri between 9am-4pm.   Prospective patients can also be seen at Patrick House Hostel on Monday and Wednesday mornings.

Alternatively you can telephone us on 023 8033 6991.

Families should initially be seen by their locality Health Visitor who can refer to the Homeless Healthcare Team if necessary.

Referrals to the Mental Health team come via the GPs and Nursing staff at the Team in the first instance

Only general enquirys should be sent to: diana.hogsflesh@nhs.net 

Emails relating to our registered patients should be directed to our generic email box and the sender should call ahead using the details below for this.

Referral Method

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Other information & documentation

The Team are happy to be contacted for advice. 

Clinical Lead Contact Info

Clinical Lead Pamela Campbell
Clinical Lead Title Nurse Consultant
Clinical Lead Phone 023 8033 6991
Clinical Lead Address 30 Cranbury Avenue Southampton
Clinical Lead Postcode SO14 0LT
Clinical Lead e-mail pamelacampbell2@nhs.net

Service Manager Contact Info

Service Manager As above
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