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If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service.
Choking. Chest pain. Blacking out. Blood loss. For symptoms of serious illness, and major accidents, choose A&E or 999.
Cuts. Strains. Itches. Sprains. For slips, trips, skin complaints and everything in-between, choose an NHS Walk-in Centre, NHS Urgent Care Centre or NHS Minor Injuries Unit.
Vomiting. Ear pain. Sore tummy. Back ache. For complaints that don’t get better within 24 to 48 hours choose a GP.
Diarrhoea. Runny nose. Painful cough. Headache. For common colds, sickly stomachs and everything in-between, choose a pharmacist
Unwell? Unsure? Confused? Need help? For absolutely any questions about health choose NHS Direct.
Hungover. Grazed knee. Sore throat. Cough. For wear and tear, minor trips and everything in- between, choose self-care.
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