Protect yourself, family and friends by having flu and COVID-19 vaccinations.
Your GP is your first point of contact if you have a health problem.
Speak to your GP surgery, contact NHS 111, or visit your local pharmacist for advice if you feel unwell.
You might be seen quicker visiting a minor injury or first aid unit close to where you live for cuts, sprains and minor burns.
To treat niggly coughs, colds and sore throats.
Many pharmacies are closed on bank holidays so order your medication in time.
The NHS provides 24/7 advice lines to support you if you feel down or need to speak to someone.
Try and visit elderly or frail friends, neighbours, and relatives especially during very cold or hot weather.
Be kind and compassionate to those you meet, including hard-working staff who are supporting others.
Get support when you leave hospital to regain independence and confidence.
We work with our health and care partners to plan services and improve our populations health and wellbeing.
Emergency Departments (A&E) and 999 are for life threatening emergencies.