111 service (long version)
The number to call for advice when it is less than urgent
111 service (short version)
The number to call for advice when it is less than urgent
A and E - the right choice?
A and E is for people who need emergency care
A and E means accident and emergency
If you wouldn't call an ambulance, don't go to A&E
Accident and emergency services
If you use the right service, it helps us do our job properly
Choose well - alternatives
Consider other ways to find medical help
Choose well TV
TV campaign for people to use the right NHS service
Feeling under the weather?
Use your pharmacist for advice
Feeling under the weather?
Use your pharmacist for advice
Hay fever - see your pharmacist
It is simpler and cheaper to get Hay Fever medication from your pharmacist
Hay Fever - Use your pharmacy
You don't need to see your doctor with hayfever
Indigestion
Your pharmacist can help with Heartburn and Indigestion
KEEP CALM - pharmacy
Use your pharmacist this winter
KEEP CALM - self help
Self care for the Winter
KEEP CALM and use 111
Call 111 when it's not an emergency
Minor Ailments?
Go straight to your local pharmacy
NHS Option 2 (long version)
In a mental health crisis - call NHS 111 option 2
NHS Option 2 Language
If you call NHS option 2, we can provide translators for most languages
NHS111 - option 2 (short)
In a mental health crisis? Call NHS 111 option 2.
The NHS App
Have you got the app?
Think A and E - 111
Health advice on the phone 24/7
Think A and E - 999
When to call an ambualnce or visit A&E
Think A and E - GP
Go to your GP with non-urgnet medical conditions
Think A and E - long version
Think before you go to A and E
Think A and E - pharmacy
Get advice from your pharmacist for common ailments
Think A and E - self help
Self-help for minor ailments
Think A and E - walk in centres
Use your local walkin-in center for minor injuries
Three Questions
Making choices about your treatment
Use your Pharmacy
Use your pharmacy for advice and treatment
What it Costs
Do you know the cost of different NHS services?

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