We are extremely busy in our emergency department so please use our services wisely. In emergency and life-threatening cases continue to come forward as normal or call 999.
However, if you are unsure about where to go, please call NHS 111 before coming to our emergency department who can best advise you on your next step.
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It is especially important to have an appointment with your GP if:
• you have any medical conditions or you are taking any regular medications
• your pregnancy wasn’t planned, or you are unsure about carrying it on and what your options might be.
It is important to organise your pregnancy care as soon as possible, and you can self-refer to our maternity unit here. Your pregnancy care (known as antenatal care) will consist of a set of scheduled appointments with a midwife and/or specialised doctor (if needed).