NHS Direct Wales
- Ring NHS Direct Wales on 0845 46 47
- Or visit www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk
Many ailments can be managed easily with remedies available from your local pharmacy.
Pharmacists can supply some medicines and also emergency contraception within 72 hours.
Pharmacists can advise on medicines available over the counter to treat a wide range of problems.
Contraceptive & Sexual Health Services
See the sexual health pages, and/or phone NHS Direct on 0845 46 47 for details of your nearest clinic. This includes advice about how to obtain emergency contraception.
Your GP Surgery
For medical care, urgent care during the day, injections and prescriptions ring for an appointment with your GP or practice nurse.
GP out-of-hours service
If you need urgent medical care which cannot wait until your GP surgery is next open, phone your GP practice and you will be given a number to call.
Phone your dentist. If you are not registered with a dentist, phone the dental helpline 01633 488389 during the working day, or, out of hours, 0845 6020252. Alternatively, you can phone NHS Direct Wales on 0845 46 47 if you are not registered with a dentist.
Accident on campus
Consult a University first aider for treatment and/or advice.
A&E (Accident & Emergency) Unit – 24 hours
Attend A&E if you have an acute illness, chest pain or breathing problems or a painful injury less than 2 days old.
Dial 999 and ask for an ambulance for serious accident or life threatening illness only. Examples include severe chest pain, severe breathing problems, severe bleeding or unconsciousness.