Open 24/7, 365 days a year, you can call 111 for free to talk to trained advisers, supported by experienced nurses, paramedics, and GPs.
You can also access NHS 111 online.
They'll ask you a few questions about your symptoms, then give you healthcare advice or direct you to a local NHS service or A&E. They can also call an ambulance for you if you need one.
Call 111 and choose option 2. You'll speak to specially-trained mental health staff who can provide advice, support, and signposting to other services.
Minor injuries or illnessesYou can go to the Minor Illness and Injury Unit (MIU) at Princess of Wales Hospital, Lynn Road, Ely, CB6 1DN.They can help you with sprains and strains, broken bones, minor burns and scalds, minor head and eye injuries, bites and stings.They're open 7 days a week, 8:30 – 18:00. You can call them on 01353 656675.Minor illnessesYou can find a pharmacy to help with things like aches, hangovers, colds, emergency contraception, and non-prescription medication.
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