Women's Aid Support Groups
Flippin’ Pain™ is a public health campaign with a clear goal – to change the way we think about, talk about and treat persistent pain
Flippin’ your understanding of pain could change the lives of you and your loved ones forever.
Patients will be able access their COVID-19 Vaccination status online at https://www.nhsinform.scot/nhs-scotland-covid-status/ . For those patients unable to access the information online they can call the freephone COVID Status Helpline to request their vaccination status which will be sent to them in the post. The freephone number is 0808 196 8565. GP Practices are not able to give patients this information.
NHS 24 offers free expert health information and advice, 24-hours a day on 111 or at their website, which also offers an enquiry service.
If you use a textphone or are deaf or hard of hearing, you can call 18001 08454 24 24 24.
NHS Inform is Scotland’s national health information service.
Their aim is to provide the people in Scotland with accurate and relevant information to help them make informed decisions about their own health and the health of the people they care for.
Patient is the web’s leading independent health platform, established for 20 years. With more than 18 million visits a month, it is a trusted source of information for both patients and health professionals across the globe. The site contains over 4000 health information leaflets and thousands of discussion forums.
Citizens Advice Scotland
Citizens Advice Scotland offer free, independent, confidential, impartial and available to everyone. They look at the problems people bring to their advice services and campaign for change where it’s needed most, working for a fairer Scotland where people are empowered and their rights respected.
The Musculoskeletal (MSK) Service is provided by the NHS for people who have problems with their muscles, joints and bones. These conditions are the most commonly reported work-related illness, and take up more than 30 per cent of all GP consultations. If you have joint, muscle or bone pain, you will want the fastest access to the most up-to-date information to try and improve your symptoms.
Help & Advice for Carers
CareNA connects people using services in North Ayrshire with service providers. The site gives you information and contact details for providers that deliver services, activities and support across North Ayrshire. All the providers on CareNA have been encouraged to include their quality standards and ratings wherever possible. This is to ensure they are meeting the standards required to provide you with the quality you deserve.
You can also share your experience via Care Opinion. Your feedback will be published anonymously to help others make decisions about future support.
You can also use CareNA to find out what’s going on in your area including events, clubs and activities, so you can get more involved in your local community.
Useful Telephone Numbers
|Ayrshire Emergency Dentist
|Midwife – Routine
|Kilmarnock Road, Crosshouse, KILMARNOCK, KA2 0BE
|Dalmellington Road, AYR, KA6 6DX
|Ayrshire Central Hospital
|Kilwinning Road, IRVINE, KA12 8SS
|35 Racecourse Road, AYR, KA7 2TG
|Beatson Cancer Hospital
|1053 Great Western Road, GLASGOW, G12 0YN
|0141 301 7000
|Ayrshire Cancer Support
|5 Dundonald Road, KILMARNOCK, KA1 1EQ
|3 Towns Carers Group
|Ardeer Neighbourhood Centre, 23 Shore Road, STEVENSTON, KA20 3LA
|Princess Trust Carers Centre
|174 High Street, IRVINE, KA12 8AN
|Sexual Health Clinic
|Ayrshire Central Hospital, Kilwinning Road, IRVINE, KA12 8SS
|Saltcoats Social Work Department
|17 Vernon Street, SALTCOATS, KA21 5HE
|Anam Cara Dementia Respite
|Dementia Resource Centre, KILBIRNIE, KA25 7JE