NHS 111 is responsible for providing out-of-hours cover between 6.30pm - 8.00am. You may call them on 111.
Of course, in the event of an acute, life-threatening emergency, call 999.
For more information about when you should use 111 visit 111.nhs.uk
Accidents & Emergencies
In cases of emergency, patients should dial 999 or go directly to the Accident and Emergency at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham. Wounds requiring stitches and burns would be best treated at the casualty department at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham.
The Gosport War Memorial Hospital, Bury Road, Gosport, PO12 3PW. Telephone 023 9252 4611 has a minor injuries unit.
The St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre, Milton Road, Portsmouth will provide a Minor Injuries and Walk-in Centre from 8.00am - 10.00pm seven days a week, including bank holidays.
Patients with eye injuries should go to the Accident and Emergency Department at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham who will refer them onwards to QA Hospital Eye Casualty (see below). There is no longer a walk-in service direct to Eye Casualty.
The QA Hospital Eye Clinic is not a walk-in centre and appointments are required. Please telephone 02392 286 162 from 08.30am onwards to be triaged and then given an appointment, if needed.
Eye Clinic Opening Hours
|Monday - Friday
||08.30am - 05.00pm
||08.30am - 01.00pm
Please contact your dentist who is required to provide emergency care. If you are not currently registered with a dentist, to find out more about receiving regular dental care with an NHS dentist or to receive emergency dental care, contact the Dental Helpline or Emergency Dental Service on 0845 050 834. The helpline can help you to find an NHS dentist who can provide you with regular NHS dental care, courses of treatment, help and advice or an emergency appointment with a dentist if you are in pain. The service operates from 8.30am to 9.30pm, Monday to Friday and from 8.00am to 9.30pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.