Barnet Wellbeing Clinic
The Wellbeing clinics provide outpatient based treatment and support for adults with moderate to severe mental health difficulties who live in the borough of Barnet and/or registered with a Barnet GP.
Address For Wellbeing Clinic at Barnet Hospital Site:
Address For Wellbeing Clinic at Edgware Community Hospital Site:
First Floor of the Dennis Scott Unit,
Edgware Community Hospital,
Burnt Oak Broadway,
Edgware HA8 0AD
Service Tel: 020 8702 6166
Team Manager: Cathy McCaffrey
Opening Hours: 9.00 AM - 5.00 PM, Monday to Friday
What We Offer
The Wellbeing clinics provide outpatient based treatment and support for adults with moderate to severe mental health difficulties who live in the borough of Barnet and/or registered with a Barnet GP. The team consists of 4 qualified nurses, one of which is an independent nurse prescriber, and a support worker and are supported by Admin Staff. The clinics provide on-going care for those service users who have been placed on long term antipsychotic depot medication and service users that have been placed on certain medications which require regular blood testing.
We also provide the following additional services:
- Healthy Lifestyle Groups
- Smoking cessation (individual sessions)
- Annual Physical Health Checks
- Yearly Diabetic testing
- Yearly ECG
Same day dispensing of medication for service users prescribed Clozaril
How You Can Access Our Service
Referrals are made through secondary care teams across Barnet, Enfield and Haringay Trust.
Who Is This Service For?
Our service is for adults aged 18-65 experiencing a range of mental health difficulties which require depot or clozaril medication. We also offer a range of support to meet physical health needs and blood tests.
Clinic services are provided at the Springwell Centre which is sited on the grounds of Barnet General Hospital, and also in the Dennis Scott Unit which is sited within the grounds of Edgware Community Hospital.
We engage with many other services within Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health Trust, such as:
- Locality teams
- FICS Team (Forensic Integrated Community Services)
- EIS Team (Early Intervention Service)
- IET Team (Intensive Enablement Team)