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Covid-19 Information

Help us help you get the treatment you need.

If you are feeling unwell and need medical help you are still able to contact us as normal. You will be offered a Telephone Consultation with the GP or Nurse as appropriate. If you should require a face-to-face appointment you will be told where you need to go. We encourage you to continue to seek help if needed. 

Other Services Still Available:

NHS 111: This is available 24/7 by calling 111 or visiting NHS 111 Website 

Pharmacies: Local Pharmacies are open as normal. Please do not attend if you have COVID-19 Symptoms. 

Walk-in/Urgent Care/Urgent Treatment Centres: Please do not attend if you have COVID-19 Symptoms. Some of these are still available, however please check the NHS Website to ensure your local Care Centre is open. 

A&E: Please only attend A&E or Dial 999 if it is a life threatening situation, such as a Heart Attack or Stroke. If you are unsure on whether you should attend A&E please use the Ask A&E symptom checker. 

If you think you or a family member are suffering with the symptoms of a stroke, dial 999 immediately. Face is the face drooping or fallen on one side? Can they smile? Arms can they raise both arms and keep them there? Speech is it slurred? Time to call 999

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If you are on the road to recovery from COVID-19 and wondering how you can help the process  click here to watch a short video on how you can help yourself.

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