Townhead Surgery has partnered with Holly Health to offer patients 12 months of free habit coaching (to help sleep, exercise, eating and mental wellbeing) CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Personalised habit coaching with Holly Health

Townhead Surgery has partnered with Holly Health to offer patients 12 months of free habit coaching (to help sleep, exercise, eating and mental wellbeing). Click here for further information.

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Right care, right place

The way you access urgent care is changing. This is so that you get the right care in the right place and to keep people and the NHS safe this winter.

From 3 November, if people in Ayrshire and Arran think they need to visit the emergency department (ED) but it is not life-threatening, there is a new way to do that. As a result of the global pandemic, how we provide services has had to change. This is so that we can keep you and the NHS safe. As we move into the busy winter period, this is more important than ever. You can help us keep you and our NHS safe by using our services wisely. NHS 24 telephone service on 111 will be available day or night to assess your needs and direct you to the service you need. During normal opening hours, you should still call your GP practice for urgent care, or get help online from a wide range of information and resources on NHS inform .This will help you get the right care in the right place, often closer to home and without the need to go to ED. In emergencies, you should continue to call 999 or go directly to the ED.