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Out of Hours

For urgent medical advice and treatment whilst the practice is closed, please call 111 or check out our Out of Hours Information booklet Click here  for all the information on other Services That May be Able to Help.

Call 111 for any medical needs while we are closed.  
Specially trained nurses can give immediate information and advice on the telephone. Information is also available on local dentists and pharmacists.
NHS Direct also have a useful website, 
NHS Walk In Centre
NHS Walk In Centres offer fast and convenient access to local NHS advice, information and treatment.
Nottingham has a NHS Walk In Centre. This is located next to the BBC at the London Road Island. They are open 7 days a week, 7am until 9pm. No appointment is necessary.
You can expect to see an experienced NHS nurse, who can offer treatment and advice for minor illnesses and injuries, stomach upsets, strains and sprains, coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms, superficial cuts and bruises, minor infections and rashes,
The Walk In Centre also provides instant access to health advice and information on other local services, advice on how to stay healthy and information on out of hours GP and dental services,
Local Pharmacies.
Your local pharmacy is qualified to give expert advice without an appointment. Treatments for some minor complaints are also available for purchase over the counter.

They can also discuss your medications with you and answer any queries you may have about your medications. Ask them about having a medication usage review. They will let the practice know of your consultation
Accident and Emergency.
The accident and emergency department is located within the Queens Medical Centre on Derby Road.
ambulance.jpgA & E is for accidents and emergency needs. If you have a serious emergency call 999 for an ambulance.
For non-serious ailments please try to use the other services first. If you do need to be seen by the staff at accident and emergency the other services will direct you there without delay. 

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