Out of Hours Emergency Care
Night and weekend duties for the surgery are covered by Nottingham Emergency Medical Services (NEMS) deputising services. If you need to contact a doctor out of surgery hours please telephone the surgery on the usual number (0115 960 6652) and your call will automatically be transferred through to NEMS.
NHS Walk-In Centre
The Local NHS Walk-In Centre is based on London Road, Nottingham. There is an additional 8am-8pm centre located on Upper Parliament Street.
NHS Walk-in Centres offer fast and convenient access to local NHS services, information and treatment without needing an appointment. They do not replace local GP or hospital services but complement them. This is a nurse-led clinic that can offer:
- Treatment for minor illnesses and injuries
- Assessment by an experienced NHS nurse
- Advice on how to stay healthy
- Information on out-of-hours GP and dental services
- Information on local pharmacy services
- Information on other local health services
- Deal with minor injuries etc.
The 111 service aims to provide information and advice about health, illness and health services,and to direct patients to the most appropriate care provider. The 111 service can be contacted 24 hours a day, or advice can be sought from the 111 website
Accident and Emergency
The Accident & Emergency (A&E) department is located at the Nottingham University Hospital, Queens Medical Centre Campus, Nottingham. If you have an accident/fall there is an adult department and a children’s department.
NB - there is not an A&E department at the NUH City Hospital campus
Available through 111
NHS choicesis a new online service from the NHS that helps you to make the most of your health and get the best out of the NHS. It’s been developed to help you make choices about your health, from lifestyle decisions about things like smoking, drinking and exercise, through to the practical aspects of finding and using NHS services should you need them.
Pharmacy First is a scheme where selected Minor ailments are managed in the Pharmacies within Nottingham City. It’s aim is for patients with certain minor ailments to be able to use the pharmacy in the first instance, to save the patient having to make an appointment with a doctor.
The Pharmacy First scheme is aimed at patients who are exempt from prescription charges. Any medicines necessary for the treatment of selected ailments will be provided free of charge, by the Pharmacists.
At the time of uploading, pharmacists are able to provide treatment for the following indications.
- Athletes Foot
- Bacterial Conjunctivitis
- Hay fever
- Head Lice
- Insect bites and stings
- Sore Throat
- Teething Pain
- Vaginal Thrush
- Warts and verrucae.
For further information, an up-to-date ailments list and eligibility for this service, please check the Pharmacy First leaflets available in our waiting area, or on the Pharmacy First page.