Out of hours Care
For patients that require primary care outside of core hours this medical care is provided by Nottingham Emergency Medical Services. You can access out of hours primary care by contacting our phone number which will be diverted to out of hours care or by calling 111. Emergency services are available on 999 for medical emergencies such as chest pain or acute shortness of breath. AE care is provided at Nottingham University Hospital, Queens Medical Centre site.
Visit your local pharmacy
If you need advice for minor health problems you can speak to your pharmacist for on-the-spot advice and remedies for a wide range of problems such as stomach upsets, coughs and colds, cystitis and emergency contraception.
There are two walk in centres in Nottingham which can deal with minor illness and injury. Details are available here.
Please note that these are nurse led and usually there are no doctors at these sites. If you think you may need a prescription or see a doctor then you may be better off waiting until the practice reopens or dialling 111.
Serious Illness and Major Accident
In case of serious illness or major accident dial 999 or attend the nearest A&E. The nearest accident and emergency to the practice is
Queen’s Medical Centre Campus
Access to NHS Dentistry
However, if you need urgent dental care, help is at hand:
CALL your dental practice:
They will give you advice over the telephone and make arrangements for you if you need to be seen.
If you don’t have a dentist, find your nearest dentist and CALL them. You can search for your nearest dentist at: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-dentist
You can also contact NHS 111:
You can ask for a translator if you need one.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
If you’re deaf, you can:
use the NHS 111 British Sign Language service https://interpreternow.co.uk/nhs111
call 18001 111 on a textphone
Do not worry if you have COVID-19 symptoms, appropriate arrangements can be made to see you if you need urgent dental care.