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Minor Injury - Where to go?

WE ARE NO LONGER OFFERING A MINOR INJURIES SERVICE AT THIS PRACTICE. HERE IS WHAT YOU SHOULD DO:

If you have a minor injury, you should contact NHS111 for advice. They have trained medical professionals available 24/7 who will advise and guide you to the right treatment or service.

Your local pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals and they can offer expert advice for a number of minor injuries. Visit your pharmacy. An appointment is NOT needed.

There are a number of alternative hospital based services which offer treatment for minor injuries. These are located at:- The Friarage Hospital in Northallerton, Darlington Hospital, Whitby Community Hospital, Ripon Community Hospital and The James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough.

If you have a life threatening injury which is an emergency, call 999 or visit your local A&E Department. These are located at:- The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, Darlington Memorial Hospital, Harrogate District Hospital, Scarborough General Hospital and York Hospital.

What you can use the Friarage Urgent Treatment Centre for



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