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Always call 999 if someone is seriously ill or injured, and their life is at risk.

A 999 call should only be made in a genuine emergency. To ensure seriously ill and injured patients are treated as quickly as possible, people whose call is not serious should consider other healthcare options rather than calling 999.

Always consider the most appropriate form of care. Remeber that A&E may not be the best option. Find out more about other choices below.

A FREE information service is now available for all Kent residents to help them find which health and social care services are available for them. The service is part of Healthwatch Kent, a new independent consumer champion for people who use Kent's many health and social care services. Healthwatch's Information and Signposting dedicated service is available to everyone and will help people to find the services that they require within the complex NHS system in Kent. You can call them anytime on Freephone 0808 801 0102 alternatively email your enquiry to info@healthwatchkent.co.uk

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For life-threatening emergencies it's 999

Call 111 when it's less urgent than 999