Accident and Emergency/999
Suspected stroke or heart attack, serious illness or injury, collapse...
The Scottish Ambulance Service and Emergency Department provide care for people with symptoms of serious
illness or who have been badly injured.
When you call 999 the Scottish Ambulance Service will respond with the most appropriate help for your situation.
Of all the NHS services, 999 and the Emergency Department are services that should only be used for serious illnesses or injuries. This means that essential treatment is given to those who need it as quickly as possible.
The Emergency Department is located at Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Emergency Department, Forth Valley Royal Hospital - 24hrs / 7 days
Stirling Road, Larbert, FK5 4WR
Please do not use the Emergency Department for conditions that should be seen by your GP practice, pharmacist or minor injury service.
Did You Know?
If you attend the Emergency Department and it is felt that you are not using the service appropriately you may be advised to attend an alternative service such as your GP or Out of Hours service or you may have a lengthy wait
In approximately 40% of Emergency Department attendances, alcohol was a main factor. For alcohol help and support please contact Signpost Recovery 0845 673 1774, email email@example.com or visit www.signpostrecovery.org.uk
For people with mental health or psychological problems and in crisis, support is available by phoning NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24, Samaritans on 08457 90 90 90 or Breathing Space on 0800 83 8587 (6.00pm to 2.00am)