In a life-threatening emergency eg: breathing difficulties, suspected heart attack, heavy blood loss, serious injury, severe burns, loss of consciousness - ring 999 or go to the Emergency Department.
For all other injuries or illnesses you will be able to find advice, support and treatment at other local NHS services.
|Dry Eyes||Dry Skin||Haemorrhoids|
|Intertrigo||In-growing Toenail||Mouth Ulcers|
|Nappy Rash||Oral Thrush||Ringworm|
|Scabies||Sore Throat||Warts or Verucas|
Mon-Fri: 9:00 - 4:00
Weekday Evenings: 6:30pm until 8:00am – advice only
Weekends and Bank Holidays – Limited Appointments and Advice Service
Your local optician can provide emergency appointments, they are experts in eyes so can help and treat lots of commons problems such as blurred vision, difficulty seeing well or discomfort from irritated or infected eyes. Find your local Optician here.
Adults and children over one year old with a wide range of injuries can be treated at our Minor Injury Units (all children under one year old will need to go to The Grange University Hospital)
These Units are run by an experienced team of highly skilled specially-trained Emergency Nurse Practitioners, Triage Nurses and Health Care Support Workers.