If you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do, go straight to NHS 111

You can now get help and advice from NHS 111 online – as well as by phone, textphone or British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter service

If you have an urgent medical problem, you can now get help and advice from NHS 111 online, as well as accessing it by phone, British Sign Language (BSL) interpreter service and textphone.

Just like the phone service, when you use NHS 111 online you will answer questions about your symptoms. You’ll then get tailored advice on where and when to get help and, if needed, you will be connected to a nurse or GP.

You can access NHS 111 online on a smartphone, tablet or computer – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To use NHS 111 online, visit: 111.nhs.uk

You can also get help from 111 using a BSL interpreter at:

www.interpreternow.co.uk/nhs111

Read this leaflet for more information.