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one hundred eleven

Medspeak-NZ
The national emergency telephone number for New Zealand that will trigger an immediate response from police, emergency medical, rescue or other appropriate personnel.

Medspeak-UK
See NHS 111
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Bosses say integrating the 999 and 111 services in the West Midlands will lead to "significant improvements for patient care".
Care UK currently operate a 111 call centre also in Brierley Hill, just a few minutes away from WMAS.
Dr Murphy explained: "NHS 111 online uses the same clinical algorithms as the 111 phone service taking you through questions about your symptoms and providing tailored advice on what to do next and where to go.
If you see him, call 101 quoting reference 1900001827 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
All calls answered by NHS 111 are handled by fully trained staff who can advise, signpost to local services such as pharmacists, or arrange appointments for further assessment.
Leicestershire GP Dr James Ogle said: "NHS 111 is an excellent and really useful service that all local residents can benefit from if they need health advice.
According to Election Commission in NA 247 registered voters are 5,46451 and in PS 111 voters are 1,78965.
Although the changes cannot be wholly be attributed to 111 the evaluation found a 1% decrease in A&E attendance in the Abertawe Bro Morgannwg UHB area during the first six months of service.
Indeed, the degree of the localization of the surface resonances of Au(111) is relatively weak and this feature causes a significant interaction between the surface states of opposite surfaces even for rather thick (up to ~20 monolayers) Au(111) films [14].
He said: "The feedback we have had from local clinicians, operational staff and, more importantly, the public who have used the 111 service has been very positive.
The Section 111 statutory license allows cable systems to simultaneously retransmit broadcast signals into distant markets, provided that the cable operators submit royalties to the Copyright Office on a semi-annual basis and comply with all applicable FCC regulations.
The 111 service, which is available 24-hours-a-day, 365-days-a-year, should be called if medical help is needed fast, but it's not a 999 emergency.