The NHS 111 service in Portsmouth has changed, and is now supported by more GPs.
The enhanced service – a partnership with the Portsmouth Primary Care Alliance – means more doctors are available to assess patients calling for help or advice. The early results are hugely positive, with more people than before having their case reviewed by primary care professionals, which means more people getting the right service for them.
This service is available until 10pm every day – so whether you need help in the day, the evening, or at weekends, phoning NHS 111 can get you the help you need.
Remember – just because your local surgery is closed, that doesn’t mean GPs or other healthcare professional can’t be reached, or appointments can’t be made, if you need one.
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