Emergency Services and Urgent Care Information

At Perci Health we do not provide urgent care and our services should only be used for information, support and guidance. See below for useful contact information if you are in need of urgent care or are in a life-threatening situation:

Call NHS 999 or visit Accident & Emergency

Call the NHS on 999 if you are hurt or know someone who is hurt. Alternatively if you feel that your life is at risk you can go directly to A&E to speak with a health professional.

Call NHS 111

111 is a free number to call when you have an urgent healthcare need that isn't a life-threatening situation.

Contact your GP

You can also contact your GP for an emergency appointment. In a crisis, you should be offered an appointment with the first available doctor.

Contact your oncology team

Speak to your healthcare team. If you have received or are currently receiving treatment at a cancer centre you should have been provided with an out of hours emergency contact number.

Contact Samaritans 116 123

Providing emotional support to anyone in emotional distress, struggling to cope, or at risk of suicide. You can call them free on 116 123 - 24 hours a day or visit samaritans.org

Perci Health is not an emergency support service. We provide people with information, support and guidance through pre-booked virtual clinics.