Health Services





Health ServicesHealth Services

People with learning disabilities can use all health services

Some important services are listed below


GP Family DoctorsGP’s or Family Doctors

Your GP is very important

Your GP can treat different illnesses and problems you have

Your GP can arrange for you to get help from other people


NHS 111 ServiceOut of Hours Doctors

Sometimes your doctors surgery is closed

Most surgeries close for the night after 6:30pm and before 8am in the morning and at weekends

They close over Bank Holidays like Christmas and Easter



If you are not well but it is not an emergency needing an ambulance you can contact NHS 111

Telephone: 111 to speak to someone for advice


NHS Walk-in clinic


You can contact the walk-in centre when your GP surgery is closed



Russells Hall A & E


The Walk – in Centre is at Russells Hall Hospital

Go to the Accident and Emergency reception




Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 2HQ



Emergency Services


Emergency Services

Telephone 999 for an ambulance in a medical emergency 


Russells Hall A & E 

The Accident and Emergency department is at Russells Hall Hospital






Hospitals can provide specialist assessment and treatment

Dudley has 3 hospital sites


Russells Hall Hospital


Russells Hall Hospital, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 2HQ



Dudley Guest Hospital


Dudley Guest Hospital

Tipton Road, Dudley, West Midlands, DY1 4SE


Corbett Hospital


Corbett Hospital

Vicarage Road, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY8 4JB






Dentists  help you look after your teeth and keep your mouth healthy





Pharmacies or Chemists

Pharmacies or chemists can give you advice and different medicines



Optician Eye Sight Test



Opticians help you with problems you have with your eye sight