Buckinghamshire Musculoskeletal Integrated Care Service
Buckinghamshire Musculoskeletal Integrated Care Service (MuSIC)

Refer your patients to Buckinghamshire MusIC

It’s easy to refer a patient to our service. But before you do so, please check the following points as we will not be able to treat patients who do not meet these criteria.

The patient must:

  • Have an NHS Buckinghamshire GP
  • Be 16 years of age or older
  • Not present with a red flag
  • Not be a medical emergency
  • Please do not refer patients needing, neurological physio, respiratory physio or community physio (home visit).

Download our referral guide

New GP Pathways

Referring a patient

If a patient meets the above criteria please refer to us via the e-referral service (e-RS). By agreement some referrals may be accepted manually, please email cuk.music-referrals@nhs.net if you are unsure. Please ensure you detail the patient’s medical history and any other relevant information that you feel would be beneficial for the consultant at the centre to know.

Referral forms

You can download referral form templates below:

  1. FileWord version of the referral form

  2. Package iconMSK_Referral_form_EMIS_Web_May-2019-v4.ewdt.zipMSK_Referral_form_EMIS_Web_May-2019-v4.ewdt.zip


 

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