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Accident? Poorly? Find NHS care when it's urgent

If you're not in a hurry, here's a great three-minute animation that says it all  

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  • Community pharmacists - can give great advice and will provide over-the-counter medicines as well as prescriptions.
  • Your GP - can it wait until your surgery is open?
  • If not, you can dial 111 the 24-hour local helpline. 111 is staffed by trained local, NHS advisors who will help you find the right care you need. 

There are two excellent walk-in facilities available in Norfolk:

Timber Hill Health Centre in The Mall, Norwich is open from 9am to 7pm 7 days-a-week, 365-days-of-the-year including public holidays. You can walk-in without an appointment to see a member of the medical staff. Patients get one hour free parking. Contact 01603 611786 or visit the website at: www.timberhillhealthcentre.nhs.uk

Cromer Minor Injuries Unit on Mill Road in Cromer is open from 8am-8pm seven days-a-week, 365-days-of-the-year including public holidays. You can walk-in without an appointment to see a member of the clinical staff. It is run by emergency nurse practitioners, experienced nurses who can see and treat all forms of minor injury. Contact 01603 646230 or visit the website at: www.nnuh.nhs.uk/cromer