To help you choose well ask yourself the following question:
If so, then A&E (your local accident and emergency or casualty department) is the right place or call 999. If it's not an accident or an emergency and its not suitable for self care then you can call NHS 111, which is a 24/7 service.
If you are currently receiving care or treatment from Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, use the number you have been given. If you can’t find it, call 0300 123 1334.
Samaritans (116 123), Childline (0800 1111) and FRANK (0300 123 660) can help too.
If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service to make sure you get the best treatment.
Use the links below to get advice about when and how to use these NHS services.
Find more information in OTHER LANGUAGES on the appropriate use of NHS services including in emergencies here.
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NHS 111 - NHS emergency and urgent care services
NHS - Check your symptoms