We want to keep everyone safe and would welcome you sharing our messages with your family and friends.
To help you here’s examples of when you need to contact 999 or go to A&E.
When to call 999 and attend A&E:
- Chest pain
- Severe bleeding
- A serious injury
- If you think you’re having a stroke
Here’s when you should contact your GP practice
When to see your GP
Call your GP if you have the following:
- Concerns regarding ongoing conditions
- Ear discharge / pain
- Stomach ache
- Any cancer symptoms such as lump in your breast, changes in bowel habits, blood in your pee or poo, unexplained weight loss, moles that appear to change or cough that you’ve had for three weeks or more (see NHS.uk for more information)
If you have coronavirus symptoms, please mention this when calling your GP practice, calling 999 or when you arrive at A&E.
Contact the surgery on 0113 4677499 to speak to a GP or nurse for advice. They can deal with many conditions over the telephone or face to face via video consultations. If you need an examination the GP will arrange an appointment to to see you at the surgery.