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Don't just go to A&E

 

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Don't go to A&E if it's not a serious emergency. Other NHS services are everywhere, you could get a quicker treatment closer to home.

Self Care

Coughs and Colds, Grazes and Hangovers

You can treat this at home - in fact that's the best place for you.

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Pharmacist

Diarrhoea, Headache, Sore throat, Painful cough, Runny nose, Minor illnesses, Upset stomach, Skin conditions

Your pharmacist is a health care professional who can provide advice and treatment for these common conditions as well as dispensing prescriptions

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GP

Back ache, Ear pain, High temperature, Vomiting

These are some of the things your GP can help you with. Your GP is your first port of call for ongoing illnesses or injuries.

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Urgent Care Centre

If you have an urgent and severe but non-life-threatening illness or condition then attend the UCC. Always consider an alternative service appropriate for your needs.

Visit the Greenwich UCC at

Queen Elizabeth hospital, Stadium road, Woolwich

London SE18 4QH

Open 8am - 11pm, 7 Days a week.

 A&E

Blacking out, Bleeding you can't stop, Severe chest pain, Choking, Loss of consciousness or stroke.

These are all emergencies and you need urgent hospital care.

Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments should only be used in a critical or life-threatening situation. A&E departments provide immediate emergency care for people who show the symptoms of serious illness that could be life-threatening or are badly injured.
Think Before you go to A&E

At A&E the more seriously ill patients will be seen before those with less urgent conditions. This means that some people have to wait for several hours or they may be signposted to their GP, pharmacist or other health service who will be able to assist them.

Dial 999 or go immediately to your nearest A&E department

The Greenwich A&E is at

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Stadium road,

Woolwich, London, SE18 4QH

Call 020 8836 6000 or visit

www.lewishamangreewich.nhs.net

Winter Tips - Be Prepared

Advice on seasonal flu and keepin warm

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Summer Tips - Be Prepared

Advice on coping in hot weather

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