If a GP has a patient that is extremely ill and they require immediate care then please call 999 and request an ambulance to bring them in to hospital.
If you believe that your patient’s life is not in immediate danger but they need urgent care and you either want them to be seen today or you want advice from one of our senior clinicians then please call the relevant numbers below depending on whether you believe it is a medical or surgical issue.
Referrals can be emailed to the ED at this address: email@example.com
SDEC Referrals (replacing AECU, MAU and SAU)
Our speciality referrals patients are managed through the Urgent and Emergency Care (UEC) division, in our Clinical Assessment Unit (CAU) and Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) for ambulatory patients.
Our GP referral hotline is manned every day, between 9am-6pm by a nurse navigator. The number has been distributed to our local Practice Managers by email. It is not available here as it is an open external web site.
Please contact the on call teams via ASPH switchboard 01932-872000
Medical patients- bleep 5951
Surgical patients bleep 5990
Orthopaedic patients bleep 5940
SDEC 01932 722974
CAU 01932 722010
If your patient is at risk because of a social issue and does not require medical care then please call the Intermediate Care team on 01932 872929 and they will try to support you with care options. This number is answered 24/7.
St. Peter’s Hospital Children’s Casualty is open 7 days a week. GPs wishing to refer children for admission or same day emergency assessment, should contact the on hospital switch board and ask for bleep number 5315