For all emergency out of hours problems please dial the emergency services on 999.

To give you an idea on what falls into an emergency here are a few examples of when 999 should be dialled.

  1. Shortness of breath
  2. Chest pain
  3. Query stroke
  4. Fits that are not stopping
  5. Severe bleeding that can't be stopped
  6. Severe allergic reactions
  7. loss of consciousness
  8. Severe burns or scalds

If it is not an emergency please consider other options such as:

  1. Calling NHS 111
  2. Self care at home
  3. Talking to a pharmacist
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