Find After Hours Care

What help do you need?

Call Healthline 0800 611 116 for advice from registered nurses 24/7.They can advise you on what help you will need. 

You can also ring your usual GP practice as they will have details about out of hours care.

If it is a medical emergency call 111.

You can also try an after-hours GP service. Here is a list of suppliers that offer virtual consults for a fee. 

What is a medical emergency?

  • Chest pain or Tightness - this could also be felt in arm, jaw, neck or upper abdomen (tummy).

  • Difficulty breathing.

  • Choking.

  • Sudden weakness on one side or difficulty talking (this may be a stroke).

  • Fainting or unconsciousness (not being awake).

  • Severe pain.

  • Severe bleeding or bleeding that won’t stop.

Mental Health Support

For non-urgent support #1737 Mental Health Hotline - 24/7

For urgent support, contact the mental health emergency team through the 
SDHB 0800 467 846.