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Worried you have an urgent medical concern? Call 111 (A4 poster)

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Maximum Order: 1

Series : Call 111

Published : January 2018
Page Length : 1
Format : Poster A4
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

This poster promotes the new 'Call 111' campaign. It aims to raise awareness of the services that are available to all members of the public. The strategic aim of the NHS 111 regional campaign is to relieve pressure from A&E by encouraging the public to call NHS 111 instead when they need non-emergency medical help, so they can receive clinical advice or, if necessary, be directed to a more appropriate local service for their medical needs.