RIGHT CARE RIGHT PLACE

Find a list of all the useful contacts and health departments, best suited to your needs.

GP Surgery

A range of clinicians, including doctors and nurses, to help you with both physical and mental health issues.

Pharmacist

Your local pharmacist can provide advice and treatment on an increasing range of medical conditions. See the link below for more information:
Coughs or colds.
Sore throat.
Indigestion.
Diarrhoea or constipation.
Aches and pains.
Help if you run out of your repeat prescription.
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Dentist

Tooth pain.
Swelling in your mouth.
Painful or bleeding gums.
Injury to your mouth.

Optometrist (Ophthalmic Optician)

Red and/or sticky eye
Pain in or around your eye
Sudden loss of vision
Blurred or reduced vision
Flashes and floaters

NHS 24

NHS 24's health information service includes self-help guides for a range of common conditions. Click Here>> NHS Guide When your GP and local pharmacy are closed and you are too ill to wait, call 111.

Mental Well-being

Information about a wide range of mental health issues and services is provided in the link below:

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