If you or someone near you has a life-threatening medical emergency, call 999 immediately or go directly to your nearest Emergency Department

Attending the Emergency Department

Our Emergency Departments can be very busy places, with long waits depending on the seriousness of your condition. Please remember that those most in need will be seen first.

Phone First

The Phone First service is for patients, including children, who require urgent treatment but whose illness is not immediately life threatening.

Emergency Department and Urgent Care Locations

Our Emergency Departments are located at Altnagelvin Hospital and South West Acute Hospital. Our Urgent Care and Treatment Centre is located in Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex.

GP and Out Of Hours

The best place to deal with your urgent but non-critical medical matters, or to discuss any ongoing treatment, is your local GP practice.

Community Pharmacy

Minor ailments can be dealt with quickly and easily by your local community pharmacy.

Emergency Department Waiting Times

A regional dashboard is available to give average wait times at each Emergency Department and Urgent Care Treatment Centre.

Altnagelvin Hospital Emergency Department

Information on our Emergency Department at Altnagelvin Hospital, Derry/Londonderry.

South West Acute Hospital Emergency Department

Information on our Emergency Department at South West Acute Hospital, Enniskillen.

Urgent Care and Treatment Centre

Information on our Urgent Care and Treatment Centre at Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Complex.