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NHS Quicker App

View up to date waiting and travel times for NHS urgent care services in your area.

The app, NHSquicker, shows up-to-date waiting times for local emergency departments (A&Es) and minor injuries units, based on the user’s location. It also shows live travel times to help people make informed decisions about where to go when they are in need of urgent treatment for a minor injury or illness.

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We welcome any feedback you have about Plymouth Online Directory.

We use all your comments (good and bad!) to help make this website as useful and relevant as possible.

Please use the contact us online form or email POD@plymouth.gov.uk.

Not listed or want to update your details?

If you would like for your organisation to be added to this directory or need to update your listing please read this article and it should answer your questions.

It’s quick and simple to make an amendment and won’t cost you a penny.

30 hours free childcare for eligible 3 & 4 year olds

List of childcare providers intending to offer 30 hours free childcare for eligible 3 and 4 year olds.

Don't miss out on free childcare

The Government is introducing free 30 hours of childcare to eligible families from September 2017 and we'd like to you know what you think. 

Veterans

Did you know that there are services on the Plymouth Online Directory specific to Veterans?

As a Veteran you're often able to have priority access or added benefits so make sure you tell providers when you access a service.

Social care and support jobs

Care and support work is about supporting adults of all ages including those with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, dementia, and mental health.

Find out more and view the latest jobs

Doing more for children and young people in Plymouth

We want to make some improvements to the services provided for young people and their families.

It is important to make sure that children and young people get the support they need to give them the best start to life.

Proud To Care in Plymouth

Proud To Care is a regional campaign to encourage more people to consider working in health or social care.

In Plymouth, 76 health and care workers have so far been recruited as Proud To Care Ambassadors.

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