When We Are Closed
Dealing With An Emergency
Call 999 in an emergency.
A medical emergency is a situation in which the health of a person is at high risk of deteriorating rapidly without immediate medical attention.
For example, chest pains, increasing difficulty in breathing, impaired consciousness and any of the signs of a stroke (facial weakness, inability to lift a limb or slurred speech) constitute an emergency.
In a medical emergency you can access urgent paramedical help by calling 999.
About NHS 111
NHS 111 is a new NHS telephone number to call when you need medical help fast, but if it is a life threatening emergency, you should call 999.
If we are closed and you need medical advice, you have the following options:
- Dial 111 for NHS 111 or
- Go to the website - NHS 111 Online
Should you require any urgent medical attention please dial 999, or do not hesitate to go to the nearest urgent care centres as follows:
|Guys Hospital Urgent Care centre||Soho NHS Walk-in Centre|
Tel: 020 3049 8970
Open: 8 am – 8 pm (*last patient booked in at 7 pm), seven days a week, 365 days a year.
Open Mon – Fri: 8 am – 8 pm
Sat-Sun: 10am – 8pm