Please check your symptoms before you make an appointment with a GP.
Health services are very busy at the moment. By checking your symptoms first you may be able to self medicate at home and leave appointments available for those in need.
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Help us to help those most in need. Follow Right Care, First Time steps to use the right treatment:
You can treat most common ailments at home by keeping a well stocked medicine cabinet.
Many pharmacies are open until late and on weekends and bank holidays with private consultation areas.
All children get colds and medicines cannot prevent them. Give them plenty to drink and if they have a temperature some paracetamol will help.
NHS 111 offers confidential health advice and information by telephone. Ring 111 if you are ill and have questions.
Only make an appointment if you have an illness or injury that will not go away.
Coughs and Colds
|A range of common illnesses can be treated with a well stocked medicine cabinet.
Provides local confidential, expert advice and treatment for a range of common illnesses.
Offers access to a range of treatment for minor illnesses and injuries, including broken bones.
Call NHS 111 for free if you need medical help advice but it is not a 999 emergency.
For expert medical advice, medical examination and prescriptions for illnesses.
Call 111 for Out of Hours GP Services.
A&E or 999
In serious or life-threatening situation, emergencies go to the Urgent Care Centre, Accident & Emergency or dial 999.
Get the right care, in the right place at the right time
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