If you or a loved one are in a critical or life-threatening situation you should call 999 straight away.
If you are in a non-life threating situation you should contact your GP who will be able to advise you what to do.
NHS 111 offer advice when it’s not an emergency but you need medical help fast. To call them dial 111.
Julie suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. She needed help to do everything, including eating and drinking, and she couldn't do anything that she enjoyed. Her symptoms meant that she had to stop work, and could only manage gentle activity in the afternoon. She suffered these symptoms for 15 years before coming into our service. This is her story of recovery and the tools she found most helpful.
In an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID 19, the Government has advised us to reduce social contact by avoiding attendance at any ‘non-essential’ NHS appointments, and to access medical assistance remotely wherever possible.
Therefore, as a service we are currently conducting all of our appointments via telephone or media link. All Face to Face appointments have been cancelled until further notice.