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Whether you're under the weather, injured or have a long term condition, make sure you know who to turn to.
Going directly to the person with the appropriate skills is important. It will help you get the right medical assistance quickly and efficiently and that can help you to a speedier recovery and make sure all NHS services are run efficiently.
Hangover. Grazed knee. Sore throat. Coughs and colds. Turn to self care.
Diabetes. COPD. Dementia. Heart disease. Turn to self management.
Coughs and colds. Indigestion. Constipation. Aches and pains. Turn to your pharmacist.
Vomiting. Ear pain. Sore belly. Backache. Turn to your GP
Too ill to wait until your GP surgery is open? Turn to your NHS out of hours service.
Sprains, strains, burns, bites and cuts. Turn to your minor injuries unit.
Suspected stoke or heart attack. Serious illness or injury. Turn to 999. Or your hospital’s A&E department.