NHS still 'open for business' in Bury
Seek urgent care and treatment if you need it
Bury health leaders are reassuring residents that local health services are still 'open for business' during the coronavirus pandemic. Bury GPs and essential services such as A&E departments, paediatrics and stroke and heart attack care are continuing and NHS staff have worked hard to put in place measures to allow people to access care safely.
You should contact your GP or the NHS 111 service if you have urgent care needs - or 999 in emergencies - and attend hospital if told to do so. Delaying treatment can pose a risk to people's long term health and their lives.
This traffic-light guide from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health provides parents with a really helpful guide for what to do if your child is unwell or injured.