Doctor Care Anywhere GPs can treat and provide non-emergency medical advice. Examples of things we treat are: allergies, anxiety, asthma, backache, chest infection, childhood illness, cough, colds, cystitis, depression, digestive problems, ear, nose and throat problems (e.g. sinusitis, sore throat, earache), hay-fever, headache, migraine, men’s health, skin problems (e.g. acne, rash, infection), stress, urinary tract infection and women's health.
We are not an emergency service. If you have a medical emergency, you’ll need to call go to your nearest A&E in the UK or dial 999.
Here are some of the medical emergencies for which you should visit A&E immediately: chest pain, haemorrhage, obstetric/pregnancy complications, severe abdominal pain, suspected stroke, severe infections, severe mental health (such as severe depression, anxiety, psychosis or mania), traumatic injuries.
If you have any further questions, please visit our FAQs page or contact our customer services team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on +44 (0)330 088 4980.