Londoners are encouraged to use NHS 111 service to avoid unnecessary A&E visits
It is estimated that 768,404 Londoners go to A&E each year who could have been helped by NHS 111 Londoners are being urged to avoid unnecessary trips to A&E by getting help from an enhanced NHS 111 service, which now offers a wider range of clinical services in the capital than ever before. This includes direct access to advice from GPs, nurses, midwives, pharmacists and specialists in mental health, cancer and child health. Dr Mathi Woodhouse, GP at Pinn Medical Centre, London said: “NHS 111 in London can now offer patients an even wider range of medical advice direct from pharmacists, GPs, nurses…
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