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Health News

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Parents have given their seal of approval to Salford Royal’s children’s Emergency Department saying their child was treated with dignity and respect and was listened to.
Read more about Parents and carers share their opinion on the children’s Emergency Department at Salford

Health News

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The next phase of NHS Greater Manchester's Get To Know Where to Go campaign is promoting a newly-expanded service that provides urgent care and treatment to anyone experiencing emergency eye problems.
Read more about How to get emergency eyecare in Greater Manchester
The words, "Trafford residents...what's your experience been?" in the middle with speech bubbles around the outside in different colours - Pharmacy (green), Urgent Treatment Centre (Orange), A&E (red), GP Practice (yellow), NHS 111 (green), Mental health services (blue), Minor injuries unit (orange). There is also a thumbs up at the bottom and a thumbs down on the right.
An opportunity to share your experiences and views of urgent care services in Trafford is now available.
Read more about Please tell us about your experiences and views of urgent care services in Trafford

Health Advice

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Greater Manchester residents advised to only call 999 or attend Accident and Emergency Departments if a condition is a life-threatening emergency.
Read more about Health advice for accidents and emergencies
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