How to get to the hospital if you’re sick and you can’t get to your GP

The first thing you’ll want to do if you are sick is to call your GP.

You can call them to see if they are accepting appointments to see you, or you can arrange an appointment yourself.

You should always have an appointment booked in advance.

You may also have to get in touch with a GP office to get an appointment.

The NHS is also offering free GP appointments in hospitals and GP surgeries in England.

GP appointments are available to anyone who has a GP card and has been in the UK for six months or more.

It’s free for people who are in their 60s or older, for people over 60 and for people with conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, or asthma.

If you’re looking for a GP or are concerned about your health, you can call NHS England’s free helpline on 0300 123 4040.

This is a free service, so it’s not compulsory to call.

It can be a good idea to have a GP appointment with your GP, as this will give you more confidence that you’ll get a good visit to your local GP.

A GP visit can be booked in any of the following ways: in person at your local hospital, GP surgeries, or a GP’s practice