COVID-19: Services still available for urgent & emergency care

A statement from the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges: Patients and the public must continue to seek medical help for serious conditions during this COVID-19 pandemic
Ambulance outside an A&E

During this COVID-19 pandemic it is vitally important that patients and the public recognise that
they must continue to seek medical assistance if they have symptoms which cause concern, or
they already are being treated for a serious health condition. The risk of developing other serious
or life-threatening conditions remains unchanged and people must be fully confident that they can
and should, seek medical assistance if they are worried about themselves or a relative. Read more

Locally: Help for patients requiring urgent and emergency care is still available across Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin while health experts deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

Although the advice for most people remains ‘Stay at Home’, medical care is still available through GP surgeries and the Emergency Departments at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) and the Princess Royal Hospital (PRH) in Telford.

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