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Call 999 in an emergency. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency

When We Are Closed

closedAT WEEKENDS, BANK HOLIDAYS AND OUT OF NORMAL SURGERY HOURS. 

NHS111 provides an emergency out-of-hours service for evenings and weekends for urgent medical problems only. They can be contacted by telephoning 111.

If you require medical advice you can telephone 111 or visit online at www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk.

 


Corby Urgent Care Centre

Corby Urgent Care Centre is for urgent and necessary treatment.  If you feel your condition is not urgent please contact your registered GP surgery or the NHS 111 advice line.  www.corbyucc.co.uk/#!urgent-care/c5mn

Who can use the service? 

Anyone can use this service. Including patients visiting from other areas of the country and abroad.

What do they see?

Any urgent illness that cannot wait for your next available GP appointment. 

Injuries that can include;

  • Fractures and broken bones

  • Sprains

  • Soft tissue injuries

  • Burns and scalds

  • Foreign bodies

  • Cuts

  • Head injuries

  • Sudden back pain

  • Many other minor injuries.

  They are unable to help with:

  • Repeat prescriptions

  • Doctors sick notes

  • Ongoing and long term conditions that do not require immediate medical intervention

For all of these things you should contact your registered GP surgery or NHS 111

Please attend Kettering General Hospital A&E Department or call 999 for the following:

  • Head injury
  • Road traffic injury
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Overdose of drugs or alcohol  

 

 
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