Key documents

Access policy

This policy outlines the Trust’s processes for managing patients who are not emergencies. This overview is intended for GPs and referring clinicians, as well as patients, and sets out the principles of the policy and what patients and GPs should expect from us.

Our access policy

Urgent two-week wait referral forms

Head and neck thyroid

Urology cancer

Upper GI cancer

Lower GI cancer

Skin cancer

Liver, pancreas and gallbladder cancer

Lung cancer

Haematology cancer

Gynaecological cancer

Breast cancer

Brain CNS cancer

Other referral forms

Anticoagulation clinic referral form

Referral guidelines to Audiology for adults with hearling difficulty

Hearing Aid Direct Referral form

Early inflammatory arthritis GP referral proforma

Endoscopy referral form for routine upper GI procedures

GP fertility assessment referral form

GP referral template 2014

Rapid Access Heart Failure Referral Form

Parkinson’s Referral Form

Parkinson’s Referral Criteria

Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinic referral form

Rapid access TIA service referral form

Semen analysis referral form

TOP referral form


Radiology walk-in services

X-ray walk-in information leaflet

Children’s urgent care pathways

Asthma advice leaflet

Asthma pathway in the community

Asthma pathway in a hospital setting

Bronchiolitis out of a hospital setting

Bronchiolitis in a hospital setting

Bronchiolitis – parent advice sheet

Diabetes referral pathway for children and young people

Febrile child advice sheet

Febrile child – Management by a non-paediatric practitioner

Febrile child – Management by a paediatric practitioner

Paediatric chronic fatigue service

Suspected cancer – paediatric pathway

Sleep toolkits for professionals

Sleep checklist for health professionals

Melatonin prescriptions guidelines

Sleep algorithm

Hertfordshire Diabetes Conference Presentations

Keynote – Long Term Conditions Martin McShane

Special circumstances in diabetes care

Caring for hard to reach patients PW

Caring for hard to reach patients

Diabetes and CKD

Obesity and Diabetes

Optimising diabetic foot care

Optimising diabetic foot care 2

Palliative care and diabetes

Information Technology in Diabetes

Information Technology Follow Up