See our guide with a summary of the NHS services that will be available over the bank holiday (Monday 27 May).
There’s now just a short time until the spring bank holiday and how ever your planning to spent it, we hope you have a great time. From hay fever to a sprained knee, we know that it is all too easy for you or someone you love to get one of those minor health concerns. That’s why it’s so important to know where to go for help.
Many services are closed on bank holidays and those that are open may have different opening times. Our bank holiday guide sets out where and when you can get medical help on the spring bank holiday.
There’s information on what pharmacies are open and when, a reminder that a GP will be on hand at Orsett Hospital’s Minor Injuries Unit, as well as details on extra GP and nurse appointments available at the Thurrock Health Hubs.
There’s also contact information for services in Thurrock, including mental health services for adults and children and a 24-hour, emergency contact number for Samaritans for anyone feeling distressed.
For non-urgent health and social care enquiries you can contact Thurrock First on 01375 511000, open 365 days a year 7am - 7pm.
Click on the links below to download the guide and please feel free to share with friends and family: