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NHS North East Essex 2h
If you need an appointment with your GP over the Bank Holiday weekend, contact your practice and follow the instructions on their answerphone or log on GP online services. Remember, for minor illnesses you can speak to your local pharmacy
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NHS Mid Essex CCG 30m
You can get the right medical attention urgently by calling 111. Trained call handlers are there for all of your urgent but non-emergency needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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Muslim Neighbour Nexus May 20
Skill testing question: Because this is a Masjid, are you allowed to ignore the posted traffic signs and go the wrong way on roads marked one way?
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University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust May 20
Our emergency department at Derriford Hospital remains very busy. If you have an urgent medical concern, by calling who can connect you to a nurse, an emergency dentist or even a GP.
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Queen Victoria Hospital 15h
The average time a patient waited to see a doctor or emergency nurse practitioner in our minor injuries unit in April was just 39 minutes 🏥👩‍⚕️ Read more about what we can see, diagnose and treat here
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QA Hospital News 7h
If you have a minor injury or illness please consider visiting a local minor injuries unit, speak to your pharmacist or GP or call 111 for advice. Thank you. 🚑
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Wigan Borough CCG May 20
If you only have a minor illness or ailments then visit your local pharmacist. They can help with expert advice and over-the-counter remedies
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NHS East of England 4h
Check now to ensure you have enough medication to last you over the bank holiday. Call your GP practice or use GP online services to request more
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QA Hospital News 10h
We are currently really busy in our emergency department at QA Hospital. Please only come to ED if it is a real emergency. Thank you.
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Waltham Forest CCG 6h
Request your prescribed medication in time for the bank holiday using GP online services, that means one less thing to worry about
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NHS Cov Rugby CCG 5h
Pharmacists do much more than dispense medicines. They can provide valuable advice on minor and non-urgent medical issues such as coughs and colds.
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NHS SW CCG 9h
Over the bank holiday weekend, you can ring NHS111 or access 111 online if you need urgent medical advice but it’s not an emergency. You will be directed to the best medical care for you. The service is available 24/7 and is free
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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust May 19
If you need medical advice quickly, call NHS 111. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, when you call NHS 111 you will be assessed, given advice and directed to the local service that can best meet your needs.
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South West Lincs CCG 14h
Don’t spoil a bank holiday by running out of prescription medicine. Request a repeat prescription today using GP online services or by calling your GP practice
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NHSCoastalWestSussex 4h
If you need information or reassurance about what to do next when you are feeling unwell can help. Fully trained advisers will assess your symptoms, give you healthcare advice or direct you to the local service that can help you best.
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Staffordshire CCGs 8h
Remember you can order your repeat prescriptions online in time for bank holiday. Talk to your GP or use GP online services
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Somerset CCG 9h
Need a pharmacy over the weekend? Check out which ones are open near you
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NHS West Kent CCG 9h
Our sun safety tips: make sure you never burn, cover up with suitable clothing and sunglasses, take extra care with children and use at least factor 15 sunscreen.
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NHS East of England 10h
Pharmacy opening hours may vary over the bank holiday weekend, make sure you check the opening hours of your local pharmacy in advance. You can find opening times here:
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NHS Midlands 10h
Most bumps and scrapes can be treated at home. Visit your pharmacist over the bank holiday weekend to make sure you have all the first aid supplies you need. Find out which are open here
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