The NHS is here to help you this May Bank Holiday, and you should continue to seek medical treatment if and when you need it.
Here is what’s open in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough over the May Bank Holiday weekend:
If you need urgent medical support over the Bank Holiday, think 111 First. NHS 111 is available on the phone and online 24/7 at 111.nhs.uk and will help you right away. And if you need urgent care, they will book you in to be seen quickly and safely. This could be with a GP, Urgent Treatment Centre or even at A&E; whatever is the most appropriate care for you.
Can help with a range of things including hangovers, hayfever, colds, emergency contraception, and non-prescription medication. Pharmacies will be open for the May Bank Holiday Monday.
You can find local opening hours HERE
Minor Injury Units (MIU) and Urgent Treatment Centres (UTC):
Can help with a range of minor illnesses and injuries such as sprains and strains, broken bones, minor burns and scalds, minor head and eye injuries, bites and stings. The following are open over the May Bank Holiday weekend:
Peterborough Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC),
City Care Centre,
Open every day from 8am to 8pm (X-ray services 8am – 8pm)
St Neots Walk-in Centre,
24 Moores Walk,
Tel: 01480 219317
The centre is open 12 hours per day Monday to Friday (including Bank Holidays) as well as being open on both Saturdays and Sundays.
Ely Minor Injury Unit,
Princess of Wales Hospital,
Open every day from 8.30am – 6pm (X-ray services 9am -5pm)
Mental Health Services:
If you are feeling worried about your mental health there are number of services available, from online support at www.keep-your-head.com to Lifeline helpline. If you are in a mental health crisis, please call 111 and select option 2 for urgent support with trained advisors