To find your nearest dentist, GP, and other health services near you please visit the NHS website.
111 is the fast, easy and free NHS non-emergency contact. You can call 111 or fill in an online form at www.111.nhs.uk.
When you call 111 you will speak to a highly trained adviser who is supported by healthcare professionals. The adviser will ask you a series of questions to assess your own, or the patient’s symptoms, and you will then be directed immediately to the most appropriate medical care.
When you visit www.111.nhs.uk you will be asked questions which will assess your symptoms and, depending on the situation, will be directed to the most appropriate medical care.
NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. There is no charge to use the website and calls are free from landlines and mobile phones. You should use the NHS 111 service if you urgently need medical help or advice when it is not a life-threatening situation. Call 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk if:
You can download information leaflets in a range of languages and formats and find out about the British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter for the NHS 111 service at www.nhs.uk/111.
When you visit the Hospital you will come under one of the following areas -
Going into hospital as an inpatient or outpatient
Depending on your circumstances, you could be admitted as
What's an admission letter?
Once your hospital appointment is booked, you'll receive an admission letter, which provides you with details such as your hospital admission date or the ward you're going to be on.
If you need to follow any specific instructions before your treatment, those are also included in the letter.
Contents of an admission letter:
Besides the items listed on your appointment letter, you may also want to bring the following with you:
Call the hospital in advance if you have any special needs or require a translator.
If you have any communication difficulties, you should be given information you can easily understand and any support you need to communicate effectively with the people caring for you.
The Accessible Information Standard spells out what you can expect.
When you are ready to plan for returning home please go to the returning from hosital page.
Age UK have information in respect of Hospital Discharges.
The City of York Council website has information about going into or coming out of hospital.
NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group has information about how to find the right care first time
Last reviewed: 04/03/2020
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