• Alternative help

    The out-of-hours GP service is for urgent healthcare problems.

    Choosing the right service for your problem can help free up the urgent out-of-hours service for those who need it most.


    Which service is right for me?

    Do I need to go to the Emergency Department?

    Do I need to go to A&E?

    Do I need to go to my local pharmacy?

    Do I need to go to my local pharmacy?

    Do I need to see a GP?

    Do I need to see a GP?
    Do I need self care?
    Do I need self care?
    Do I need to go to the Minor Injuries Unit?
    Do I need to visit a Minor Injury Unit?

    Over-the-counter remedies like pain relief tablets and cough medicines can treat some conditions.
    Click here for more info

    Minor Injuries Units in Devon:

    Devon MIUs
    Torbay MIUs
    Plymouth MIU
    Exeter WiCs



    Dial 999 or go to the nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department if you experience any of the following:

    • Loss of consciousness
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Serious accidents
    • Heavy bleeding
    • Suspected heart attack
    • Chest pain

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