London Pathway works with NHS staff to make health services better for homeless people. We do not directly provide health services.
If you are homeless, or at risk of homelessness in London visit the Homeless London web site for links to organisations who can help.
If you are in need of medical help now, visit your general practitioner (doctor). Most homelessness drop-in centres will be able to direct you to local health services or help you get registered with a general practitioner (doctor). Some services may have a visiting doctor or nurse you can talk to. You can check out common symptoms and health problems at NHS Direct
For medical emergencies only call 999 or go to your local accident and emergency department.
Pathway has developed a simple model of enhanced care for homeless patients admitted to hospital. Led by specialist homeless general practitioners, dedicated nurses and Pathway Care Navigators improve care for homeless patients in hospital.