Hospitals / A&E

Accident and Emergency departments provide immediate emergency care for people who show the symptoms of serious illness or are badly injured, for example choking, chest pain, severe bleeding and blacking out. If you telephone 999 and tell the operator that there is a medical emergency, a response vehicle may be sent to your location. Emergency services are very busy. They should only be used in very serious or life-threatening situations.

Not sure if you need A&E? Call 111 where you will be given access to expert medical advice, your symptoms are assessed on the call and you’ll be immediately directed to a service to meet your specific needs.

For details of your local hospital, including opening hours, contact details, and details of the services they provide please visit the below link:

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