When you’re injured or unwell, choosing the most appropriate care can save you time and effort, as well as helping us to make the best use of NHS resources.
This section provides an overview of a wide range of local NHS services, from pharmacists to GP surgeries and minor injuries units.
In this section you will find lots of useful information to improve or maintain your health and wellbeing, advice on self care, and an overview of a wide range of local healthcare services to access for treatment. If you need more advice about which NHS service to use, call NHS 111 for free at any time.
Please select one of the options from the menu on the left, or to find your nearest service, please use our local services lookup form.
Managing minor illnesses at home, advice for parents when your child is unwell, and when to visit a pharmacy or GP.
Find out what you can expect from urgent care services, such as walk-in centres, minor injuries units or NHS 111.
A&E and 999 are for serious and life-threatening emergencies only.
Services and treatments which are not carried out in an emergency, often those which patients are referred to by their GP.