Health care Information – A&E
February 18, 2014 News | Share
WFHA have been issued with some guidelines from Barts Health NHS Trust.
A&E is for Emergencies Only.
If you are feeling unwell and need advice. Make the right choice.
Diarrhoea/ headache/ runny nose/ rash/ painful cough
Experienced pharmacists No appointment needed Expert advice on medications
Backache/ sore stomach or vomiting/ ear pain or infection
Experienced doctors Appointment system Repeat prescriptions Early morning, evening
and Saturday appointments
Grazed knee/ cough sore throat/ hangover
No need to leave the comfort of your own home
NHS Walk-in Centre
Cuts/ pains/ sprains/ itches
No appointment needed Expert medical advice
Unsure? Unwell? Confused? Need help?
Immediate healthcare advice
Choking/ chest pain/ blacking out/ blood loss
Expert care for life- threatening conditions Available 24/7
A&E is for emergencies only
An emergency is a condition that can cause loss of life or limb.
For all your healthcare needs visit www.nhs.uk, dial 111 for urgent medical advice or visit a walk-in centre if you are not registered with a GP