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Health in Stratford Upon Avon We never like to think about being taken ill or having an accident whilst we’re away from home, but these things do happen and you should be prepared with the right information and contact numbers should the worse happen.

If you feel unwell and want some medical advice the first thing you should do is phone the NHS Direct Line on 0845 4647. Trained nurses man the phones and should be able to tell you what your next move should be (including advising you to go to the accident and emergency department of your local hospital). For minor ailments, medical advice can be given but for anything more serious the line will probably advise you to see a doctor.

Those who need to see a doctor can try to get in at the Arden Medical Centre [map] on Albany Road, which aims to see patients within 24-hours of them requesting an appointment.

If you need to go to the hospital, Stratford is serviced by the Stratford Upon Avon Hospital [map]. This hospital only has a small accident and emergency department and so if you call an ambulance you might be taken straight to Warwick Hospital NHS Trust [map] on Lakin Road in Warwick. The A & E department here operates 24-hours a day and has relatively low waiting hours depending, of course, on the severity of your case.

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