Podiatry and diabetic foot protection service (Hounslow)

From 1 July 2024, this service will be provided by West London NHS Trust.

The trust’s podiatry service assesses, diagnoses and treats a variety of conditions affecting the foot and lower limb.

This includes preventative, palliative and corrective care in order to maintain tissue viability and improve and maintain foot health and improve mobility. Individual treatment packages are offered based on podiatric need.

A range of services are available and include:

  • Biomechanical assessment, including orthotic prescription and manufacture
  • Corrective nail surgery
  • Core podiatry care, including foot health promotion and self-care advice.
  • Diabetic foot protection and risk assessment
  • Provision of services to residential homes, including the training of carers in simple foot care.

Patients who are completely housebound may be able to receive some treatment at home. (NB. this is needs assessed)

Please note: The podiatry service is NOT able to provide simple toe nail cutting, where there are no underlying medical risk factors.

Common foot problems:

Guidance on the identification and treatment of some common foot problems is available from the Royal College of Podiatry website.

Patient general enquiries:

Central Podiatry Administration Office
1st Floor Teddington Health & Social Care Centre
Queens Road,
Teddington TW11 0LR

E-mail: HRCH.podiatry@nhs.net

Tel: 020 8973 3470        

Podiatry Clinical Service Manager (Richmond & Hounslow) - Tracy Mullen    

Hounslow Diabetic Foot Protection Team

  • Podiatry Team Leader (Hounslow) - Matt Greenwood​​​​​​​
  • Hounslow Diabetic Foot Protection Team Leaders (community) - Nicolas Collett and Charlotte Thompson
  • Clinical Lead (Diabetic Foot Clinic WMUH) - Zaheer Mehar
  • Clinical Lead MSK and Biomechanics - Sassan Ahmadi
  • Specialist diabetes podiatrists working from the Hounslow Clinic locations​​​​​​​

Administration Support Team (Hounslow & Richmond)

  • Administration Team Leader – Rosemarie Munro
  • Plus a team of administrative support based at Teddington Health and Social Care Centre and the Heart of Hounslow Centre for Health.

* All the HRCH podiatrists are members of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).  All team members attend regular training to help ensure er offer an evidence based, quality service. 

  • Patients can be referred to the service by a healthcare professional or social care professional. Patients can also refer themselves using the link below.
  • Patients must be registered with a Hounslow GP
  • This service is open to children and adults
  • Consultation is by appointment only.

Referrals should be sent to our central administration office - see the Contact information tab for details.

Referrals from Hounslow GPs

  • GP referrals should be sent electronically via SystmOne task

  • GP practices no on SystmOne should email hrch.podiatry@nhs.net.

Referrals from other healthcare professionals

  • Referrals from other healthcare professionals should be emailed directly to the podiatry office at Teddington Health and Social Care Centre: hrch.podiatry@nhs.net using the referral forms below.

Self referral

Online self-referrals will be sent directly to the Hounslow Podiatry Service

Self-referral form

Opening times: 

  • Monday to Friday: 9am - 4pm             

Clinic times vary; patients are seen by appointment only.

All appointments are made in local clinics.