If you have an illness or injury that won’t go away make an appointment with your GP or telephone for advice. They provide a range of services by appointment and when absolutely essential can make home visits.
Some things GPs can help with are:
- Flu jabs
- Persistent ear pain
- Persistent back ache
- Persistent vomiting or diarrhoea
- Allergic reactions
- Long-term conditions
- Emotional problems.
When and why?
You can make an appointment with your practice for medical advice, examinations and prescriptions.
If you need to see a GP urgently when your practice is closed, you can:
- Call your normal surgery number and you will either be redirected automatically or there will be a recorded message to tell you what number you need to call
- Call NHS 111
- Go to your local Minor Injuries and Illness Unit or Walk-in Centre
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GPs can be found locally across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. If you are not yet registered you can find your local GP by:
- Using the services search tool
- Calling NHS 111
- Contact the Patient Experience Team on 0800 279 2535 or 01223 725 588
- Registering with a GP
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