Foot Health

We provide a wide range of foot health services at Lewisham Hospital and in the Lewisham Community.

This includes assessment, diagnosis, treatment, education and advice on disease, deformities and pathologies related to the foot and lower limb.

Where are services provided?

Community foot health services are provided clinics across Lewisham




Our Sites

Lewisham Hospital

Suite 1, Blue Zone
Lewisham Hospital
Lewisham High Street
London, SE13 6LH

T: 0203 192 6790

Downham Health and Leisure Centre

7-9 Moorside Road
Bromley, BR1 5EP

T: 0203 049 1800

Jenner Health Centre

201 Stanstead Road
London, SE23 1HU

T: 0203 049 2446

Lee Health Centre

2 Handen Road
London, SE12 8NP

T: 0203 049 2114

Sydenham Green Health Centre

26 Holmshaw Close
London, SE26 4TH

T: 0203 049 2737

South Lewisham Health Centre

50 Conisborough Crescent
London, SE6 2SP

T: 0203 049 2503

Waldron Health Centre

Stanley Street
London, SE8 4BC

T: 0203 049 3402

Acute Foot Service

Suite 9, Yellow Zone
Lewisham Hospital
Lewisham High Street
London, SE13 6LH

T: 0203 192 6790

What conditions are treated?

Foot problems treated include:

  • Foot ulceration/wound care
  • Musculoskeletal pathology of the foot and lower limb
  • Skin and nail pathology of the foot
  • Foot deformities

What services are provided?

  • Wound care
  • Vascular assessment
  • Diabetic foot assessment
  • Nail surgery (& emergency nail clinic for in growing toenails)
  • Musculoskeletal assessment and gait analysis
  • General & high risk clinics
  • New patient clinics
  • Acute foot services
  • Home visiting service

How can you get a referral?

Patients living in the Borough of Lewisham, registered with a Lewisham GP, can arrange an appointment by submitting an application form or by the receipt of a referral letter.

Foot Health Application Form

Appointment Information

All clinical and home visiting services operate Monday to Friday between 9am - 5pm and all services are by scheduled appointment only, using agreed booking.

The only exception to this is the Emergency Nail Clinic, which is held every Monday and Thursday, between 1.30pm - 3.00pm, where patients with an in-growing toenail can attend without a prior booked appointment. The Emergency Nail Clinic is held in the Blue Zone at University Hospital Lewisham.

Why choose Foot Health Services at Lewisham?

  • In August 2011 with the integration of both hospital and community services, a new 5 chair community foot health clinic was opened on the site of University Hospital Lewisham. As well as providing general podiatry services, more specialist services are provided from this new clinical site.
  • In June 2013, two new group education sessions started for people who present to the service with heel pain and verrucae. These group sessions will be aimed at providing people with the necessary information to enable them to self-manage their conditions


What else do you need to know?

Home visiting service

The Trust provides a home visiting service for patients who are unable to attend any of the clinics. However, if the client is able to leave their home either escorted or unescorted and travel on foot, by bus, in a taxi or on dial-a-ride, they will be asked to attend the clinic. Clients that are able to attend GP or dental appointments etc will not be considered housebound.

Acute Foot Service

The Acute Foot Service is provided at University Hospital Lewisham by specialist podiatrists. The service provides a point of expertise for second opinion and shared care for members of the Foot Health Services Team.

Key staff

Ciaran Devlin - Foot Health and Orthotics Service Manager

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