My Office will close at 2pm on Thursday 24th December and re-open at 10am on Tuesday 5th January, 2021.
Meantime, please find below a list of organisations which may be able to help you in an emergency.
Emergency – 999
National Non-Emergency Medical Number – 111
Emergency Number works on any mobile anywhere in the world – 112
Non-Emergency Number for Police – 101
Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to know
- Business Support
- Citizens Advice
- NHS Inform
- North Ayrshire Council
- Scottish Government
- South Ayrshire Council
Other Emergency Contacts
- Alcoholics Anonymous: 0800 9177 650 Email: email@example.com
- Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111
- Floodline: 0345 988 1188
- Electricity: 0800 092 9290 Power Cut to your area: 105
- Gas leaks: 0800 111 999
- Scottish Water: 0800 0778 778
- The Samaritans: Call free day or night on 116123
- Women’s Aid: 0800 027 1234
South Ayrshire Council Out of hours/emergency phone numbers
For any of the following in South Ayrshire call 0300 123 0900
North Ayrshire Council – Call 01294 310 000
- Emergency Services Monitoring Station (Out of Hours)
- Housing Repairs (Out of Hours)
- Road and Lighting Faults (24 Hours)
- Noise helpline
- Emergency Homeless (Out of Hours) 0800 0196 500
- Social Work Standby Service (Out of Hours) – 0800 328 7758
NHS Ayrshire and Arran
- 18.12.20: Pharmacies open in North Ayrshire over the Christmas holidays
- 18.12.20: Pharmacies open in South Ayrshire over the Christmas holidays
People living in Ayrshire and Arran are asked to do the right thing this Christmas, by following the guidelines on social gatherings to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our communities.
As we approach the Christmas period, Scottish Government has provided further guidance which reinforces the current visiting restrictions, while allowing us to demonstrate flexibility where possible, so that patients can see their loved ones where this is safe to do so.
Need help finding information on health and care services available this winter? We are here to help!
The way you access urgent care has changed. This is so that you get the right care in the right place and to keep people and the NHS safe this winter.