Severe tummy/belly pain, infections e.g. ear, bladder and chest, long term conditions e.g. asthma, diabetes, depression and anxiety…
When you have an illness or injury that just won’t go away or is getting worse make an appointment to see your GP or a member of the practice team.
Your GP is your family doctor and will assess your health and offer advice, information, prescriptions and provide ongoing care. Your doctor can also refer you to a specialist, if required.
Until you attend your appointment continue with your treatment or self care as advised.
When arranging your appointment tell the receptionist if you need an urgent appointment and you will normally be seen on the same or next day.
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Did You Know?
Your GP practice team includes doctors and nurses who work with a wide range of other health professionals including health visitors, district nurses, physiotherapists, podiatrists and mental health teams to provide the majority of both acute and ongoing health care needs as close to your home as possible
Your GP can arrange most blood tests and X-rays to reduce the need for you to wait for a hospital appointment
GP practices are usually open between 8.00am and 6.00pm, Monday to Friday. Many practices are also open in the evenings and at weekends.