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Call 111 - When it is less urgent than 999
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Emergencies

If you are confronted by a serious medical problem such as acute chest pain, suspected broken bones, bad burns or severe bleeding, call an ambulance (telephone 999) or visit your nearest Accident and Emergency Centre at your discretion. If you are uncertain, you can also phone NHS 111 for free advice from health professionals 24 hours a day. Your call is free from land lines or mobile phones.

Weekend And Night Cover

 

For emergency medical attention when the surgery is closed, please telephone NHS 111 (just dial 111) who will put you in touch with the surgery's out of hours doctor service if necessary.

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