In a life-threatening emergency such as sudden severe chest pain, severe breathlessness, loss of power in a limb, loss of consciousness or severe bleeding dial 999.
The surgery is equipped to treat minor injuries like small cuts and joint sprains. If the injury is more severe or may involve a broken bone then you should attend:
Kettering General Hospital. Telephone: 01536 492000.
Corby Urgent Care Centre. Telephone: 01536 202121.
Also in the event of poisoning or overdose the attend A&E
For on the day booking please call 01832 734 444 from 8am.
All call-handlers have been trained to check your contact details and briefly find out what you need (but you may say this is private). They will record your comment on our staff phone-back screens so that they can respond appropriately. We aim to respond to all clinical problems within 2 hours and any administrative matters the same day.
Urgent clinical problems will receive a call-back immediately. (please leave your phone switched on and near you and the line free).
What to do when my Medical Practice is closed:
- If you need medical help fast but it’s not an emergency call 111
- If it’s a life-threatening emergency call 999
NHS 111 is the number to call when you need medical help fast but it’s not a life-threatening emergency.
- Calls to 111 are FREE from landlines and mobiles
- NHS 111 is available 24/7, every day of the year
When to call 111
- You think you need to go to A&E or to another NHS urgent care service
- The surgery is closed and you need healthcare advice
- You don’t know who to call for medical help
When to all 999
- Call 999 for life-threatening emergencies such as:
- Major accident or trauma
- Severe breathlessness
- Severe bleeding
- Loss of consciousness
- Severe chest pain
During normal practice opening hours the practice remains your first point of contact for all routine requests.
More information about NHS 111 can be obtained from NHS choices at www.nhs.uk/111
Please only visit the A&E department if it is an emergency.