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Local services

To help you make your choice you can search for health care services in your area such as GPs, hospitals, dentists, pharmacists, opticians, support groups and other health care support.

Local GPs, hospitals, mental health services and community services can be found below.  Or you can use our interactive map to pinpoint your local GP surgery.

Helping yourself


Your doctors and nurses say…

Your local pharmacist can give you lots of advice on the best way to treat problems such as colds, coughs, minor burns, diarrhoea, sprains, bumps and bruises.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Need help coping with stress, depression or anxiety?
Wellbeing Suffolk offers a range of support that could help you feel better. Call 0300 123 1781 or sign yourself up online at

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Back pain? Joint problems? No GP appointment needed.

You can sign yourself up to physiotherapy online at www.iesmsk.co.uk or by calling 03330 433966."

Your doctors and nurses say…

“If you need urgent healthcare, please call NHS 111 before you go to any other service. It is available 24/7 and free to call.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Parents can get free training to help you and your kids with their behaviour; no need to see your GP first.

Search online for Suffolk Parent Hub.

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Did you know you can now sign yourself up to many health services in Suffolk, for free? Get information and help quicker without having to see a GP.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“If you're feeling unwell, pop into your local pharmacy for some friendly and helpful advice.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Keeping a supply of basic medicines at home means you can treat minor illness & injury more easily.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Sore throat? Bad cough? Think you’ve got the flu?

If you don’t know what to do, call NHS 111 or ask your pharmacist before seeing a GP.”

Your doctors and nurses say…

“Ouch! Dental pain... We can't help
...but we know someone who can!

Call the freephone number NHS 111 for an emergency NHS dental appointment”


Local hospitals to our region include:

Mental Health Care

Community Health Care

Dental services

Out of hours just ring your dentist or ring 111.

The Emergency Dental Van is open weekends and bank holidays only between 10.00am - 4.30pm every day apart from Christmas Day when it is available 10.00am - 1.00pm.

Emergency and urgent care

Not all medical emergencies require A&E. Find out who else provides emergency and urgent care services in the NHS such as major trauma services, walk-in centres or NHS 111 and how to access them.

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