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When We Are Closed

If you require medical attention or advice when the surgery is closed the following options are available to you. 


Life Threatening Emergencies - Tel: 999

Life threatening conditions (but not limited to) include loss of consciousness, severe breathing difficulties, heavy bleeding, severe chest pain, drowning, deep wounds e.g. stab wounds, swallowing something harmful or poisonous or a drug overdose.

When calling 999 try to stay calm and do not hang up until told to do so by the emergency operator.

Out of Hours Medical Advice or Treatment - Tel: 111

If you need medical treatment or advice 'out of hours' you can call the 111 service, where a qualified operator will speak to you about your symptoms and provide advice.

If you need to see a doctor or nurse you may be asked to attend the Nottingham Emergency Medical Centre (NEMS), which is located on Derby Road on the corner of Triumph Road.

Non Life Threatening Accidents and Emergencies

In the event of an accident that is not a life threatening emergency such as a broken bone, scalds/burns or blood loss then attend Accident & Emergency Department. In Nottingham this is located at the Queens Medical Centre off Derby Road.

Please remember A&E is NOT for ANYTHING & EVERYTHING!

Minor Ailments - NHS Walk-In Centre

The NHS Walk-In Centre service offers a nurse led-service with fast and convenient access to advice and treatment. It is a 'sit and wait' service where patients are seen in order of arrival unless your needs are assessed as urgent. Waiting times can vary so please be patient. This service is open 365 days per year including Christmas Day.

This is located at...

Nottingham NHS Urgent-Care Centre
Seaton House (City Link) No Appointment is Needed.
(Near the BBC)
London Road
Nottingham NG2 4LA
Tel: 0115 883 8500 Open 7am to 9pm, 365 days a year.

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