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NHSCoastalWestSussex Mar 17
NHS services are there for you when you need them. But some people are using services, such as A&E and their GP, with problems that could be treated elsewhere. by calling for advice on any health issue; they are available 24/7.
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Somerset CCG Mar 22
Pharmacies – healthcare advice on your doorstep, and you don’t need an appointment. For more information visit and before it gets worse
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NHS Calderdale CCG Mar 19
Norovirus outbreaks are more common this time of year. It's easy to identify and treat at home:
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NHSCoastalWestSussex Mar 22
by saving A&E for saving lives. If you have a health concern which isn't an emergency make use of the other services available, including , local pharmacies, your GP and minor injuries centres.
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Rutland Pharmacy 21h
If you're feeling unwell this winter, talk to our pharmacist. Our pharmacists are here to help you and give you and your family the correct advice  :)
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NHS Greater Preston CCG Mar 16
If you get a cough or a cold this where will you go? So many people go straight to their GP but you don't need to. Why wait for an appointment when your local pharmacist can give you all the advice you need.
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NHSCoastalWestSussex Mar 16
Feeling ill and your GP is closed? Ring 111. The team can access a nurse, emergency dentist, or even a GP and if they think you need it, they’re able to arrange face-to-face appointments for your urgent medical concerns.
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Somerset CCG Mar 18
Pharmacists are healthcare professionals who can help with things like coughs, colds, tummy troubles and aches and pains. Visit and before it gets worse
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Bolton CCG Mar 18
Norovirus spreads very easily, avoid visiting anyone in closed environments such as hospitals, GP practices and care homes. It’s easy to identify and treat at home:
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Bolton CCG Mar 23
You never know when you're going to feel unwell, so make sure stock up all the usual cough and cold remedies in your medicine cabinet.
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NHS NEW Devon CCG Mar 23
Not sure what to do when your child is unwell? Get expert advice for common childhood illnesses. Download the free HANDi Paediatric app
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NHS Greater Preston CCG Mar 15
Winter can be bad for our health, but there are things you can do to help you and your family . and visit for leaflets in alternative formats with helpful tips and advice.
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Somerset CCG Mar 20
Pharmacies are the first place to go if your child has a minor health concern. For more information visit and before it gets worse
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Care Chemist Stanmore Mar 23
Get your Free Flu Jab at Care Chemist Stanmore .No appointment needed. Walk in Service. Book Online from here :
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NHSCoastalWestSussex Mar 18
Winter is extremely difficult for the NHS, especially on A&E departments and local GP surgeries as they cope with the annual rise in numbers of people seeking treatment. by calling for advice on any health issue at any time.
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Bolton CCG Mar 21
Did you know that some pharmacies in Bolton are open until midnight? Remember, your local pharmacist can help with all your medication needs. Find your local pharmacy and their opening hours here:
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NHSCoastalWestSussex 13h
NHS emergency services are there for you in emergency and life-saving situations. Save A&E for saving lives and when you or a family member have a health concern which isn't an emergency contact . They are available 24/7.
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Healthwatch Essex Mar 20
To manage increasing demand, the NHS promotes self-care where possible for minor health concerns. Visit and find out how your local pharmacist can help
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Bedminster Pharmacy Mar 21
Leading lights previously ran a local campaign as part of integrated bus featuring various professionals in primary care & hospital. msg really well received.
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NHSCoastalWestSussex Mar 23
Some people go to A&E with problems that are not emergencies. If you need urgent care and it's not an emergency by calling . They can give advice and if necessary arrange face-to-face appointments for your urgent medical concerns.
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