If you have a health condition that cannot be treated by a pharmacist call NHS 111 or go online https://111.nhs.uk/, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. By contacting NHS 111 before going to an Emergency Department (ED) or Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC), it will ensure you GET THE RIGHT HELP in the right place, help keep you, your family and friends SAFE by avoiding too many people being in the waiting room and help you be seen in an agreed time slot.
The Primary Care Access Service (PCAS) also offers appointments with a healthcare professional to patients who require urgent but not life-threatening assistance at one of the five neighbourhood hubs via NHS 111. Find out more at: https://www.tamesideandglossopccg.org/news/bankholiday
Getting advice from a local pharmacist first is the best first step for a minor health concern on bank holiday Monday 31st May.
If you have a health condition that cannot be treated by a pharmacist call NHS 111 or go online https://111.nhs.uk/, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If you attend the emergency department without an appointment when you do not have a life-threatening emergency, you may be referred elsewhere for treatment or be assisted to use NHS 111.
Find out about pharmacy opening times here: https://www.tamesideandglossopccg.org/coronavirus/pharmacyservices
If you have a life threatening medical emergency please dial 999.