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If you have an illness or injury that won’t go away, make an appointment at  your local GP practice or telephone them for advice. They provide a range of services by appointment and when absolutely essential can make home visits.
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Some things GPs can help with are:

  • flu jabs
  • persistent ear pain
  • persistent back ache
  • persistent vomiting or diarrhoea
  • allergic reactions
  • long-term conditions
  • counselling
  • 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:

 

"I know my GP is open later some evenings and weekend days which makes it easier to get an appointment, even with my shift patterns. Now that we have the new NHS 111 telephone number, I can access my GP out of hours when my practice is closed, too; so it’s even easier for me to get help when I need it."
Grahame Robinson, Police Constable

Where?

Local GP practices can be found across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. For a full list of. If you are not yet registered you can find your local GP by:

 

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31/05/2017