This Section is designed for healthcare professionals and GP Practice staff.

For public information, please visit the Brighton and Hove CCG public home page.

Referral Forms

In this section you can find Referral Forms for local services.

Urgent Care

For access to most urgent care services, please contact the Professional Support Line

You can also find information on referring to other Urgent Care services on the Urgent Care page.

If you are a member of the public looking for urgent medical care, please call 111 or visit www.sussexhelpmy.nhs.uk

Two Week Wait Forms

For referral forms for suspected cancer, see the Two Week Wait Referral Forms page.

Prior Approval Procedures, Low Priority Procedures and Individual Funding Requests

NHS Brighton and Hove is in the process of reviewing and updating its policies on procedures which are not routinely funded.  Please see the current policies for  Low Priority Procedures Policy for more information.  You can also find information on Individual Funding Requests, which a GP can request on a patient's behalf.  

Referral Guidelines

You can find all the Referral Guidelines held on the CCG Website on the Referral Guidelines page.

Advice and Guidance

To request advice and guidance from a colleague in secondary care, please use the Advice and Guidance Request Letter

Referral Forms

Most referral forms are now held

  • In the EMIS 'BH Global documents' or 'BH Global Templates' folder
  • In the SystmOne Organisation Group folder

If you can't find what you are looking for in the list below, please check these resources.

Referral Forms for services commissioned by Brighton and Hove CCG can be found below, listed alphabetically by service.

Locally Commissioned Service

Please follow the link for an Interpractice Referral Form for a Locally Commissioned Services

Referral forms for the following LCSs can also be found

Referral Management Service (RMS)

Please see the Brighton and Hove Referral Management Service page for more information on our Referral Management System.