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Health Facilities

Where do I go for medical help?

Always call 999 if someone is seriously ill or injured, and if their life is at risk.

If it is a non life-threatening emergency or incident you can either:

For general illnesses (e.g. flu) you could also:

  • Go to your GP
  • Visit the NHS Choices website to check your symptoms online
  • Call NHS Direct (0845 4647)
  • Go to your local Pharmacist; they are qualified to give advice from sprains to stomach upsets, and usually no appointment is necessary

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