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The NHS Self-care Checker is a complete guide to conditions, symptoms and treatments, including what to do and when to get help.
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- Get help with common conditions and minor injuries
- Can answer your medication queries
- Open until late and at weekends
To find you nearest Pharmacist enter your postcode into the NHS Find services search.
- If no other service is suitable
- If you have been advised to see a doctor
- If you have already seen a doctor and your condition gets worse
- Be seen quickly for minor ailments, injuries & family planning
- Our nurses can issue prescriptions
- Specialist advice on diabetes, asthma, COPD
Please telephone 01572 490 399
The Practice Nurses can help you with a range of issues from health management to vaccinations. Our nurses have telephone and face to face appointments which can be booked in advance.
Consultations are by appointment only. Appointments with the doctor are normally for 10 minutes and for one problem only. If you feel your problem may take longer please inform patient services by requesting a double appointment.
Routine appointments to see your GP can normally be made up to 2 months in advance. Read more.
Telephone the Practice on 01572 490 399 at anytime during normal working hours
Emergency GP Telephone Line – This dedicated line has been set up to allow patients that have an urgent need to be prioritised above everyone else, so we ask you to use them appropriately.
- Market Overton Emergency GP Line – 01572 767934
- Somerby Emergency GP Line – 01664 454237
- Available 24/7
- Call 111 when you need medical help fast
- Phone calls are free
Medical Advice Fast
NHS 111 makes it easier to receive the right healthcare from the right person, in the right place, at the right time.
Visit the NHS Choices website for medical advice.
Minor Injuries and A&E
If you have had a minor injury within the last 48 hours why wait in A&E? Find out more…
When to go to A&E
An A&E department (also known as emergency department or casualty) deals with genuine life-threatening emergencies, such as:
- loss of consciousness
- acute confused state and fits that are not stopping
- chest pain
- breathing difficulties
- severe bleeding that cannot be stopped
- severe allergic reactions
- severe burns or scalds
- major trauma such as a road traffic accident
Additional Appointment Information
Communication Plus – Sign Language Services – if you require an Interpreter for an upcoming appointment, please visit www.commplus.org.uk or contact Reception for further assistance.
If your illness or disability is such that you cannot physically attend the surgery, please contact reception. Read more.