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In this section we will help you to find the health care services in Leicester that you need:
If your GP needs to refer you for a physical or mental health condition, in most cases you have a legal right to choose which hospital or service you go to. This includes NHS and many private hospitals that provide services to the NHS.
The Leicester Royal Infirmary Emergency Department has been designed with patients in mind and to treat people who are ill or injured and need treatment quickly. There is clear signage around the building that will explain where you need to go and what you can expect.
There are a number of support service which Leicester City patients can refer themselves to for further advice and support.
If you are a care home you will find information on this page, including a joint bulletin published by Leicester City CCG and Leicester City Council.
Leicester City Practice Profiles 2016
A list of practice information is now available for patients looking to register elsewhere following the closure of Queens Road Medical Centre.
If you are registered with any Leicester City GP practice, find out how you can get an appointment with a GP or nurse during evenings, weekends, bank holidays and now during the daytime, at one of three healthcare hubs (centres).
With so many health services to choose from when you are unwell, it can be difficult to decide which you should use. This guide will help you to choose better so that emergency services are kept free for the patients that need it most.
In 2013/14 Leicester City CCG will receive around £364m to provide healthcare services for the Leicester City population. In this section we help you to learn more about these services and how they are helping you to live long and healthy lives.