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  • St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children (Urgent Care Centre)

    Currently Open

  • Address
  • St Helier Hospital
  • Wrythe Lane
  • Carshalton
  • SM5 1AA
  • Opening times

  • Mon
    24 hours
  • Tue
    24 hours
  • Wed
    24 hours
  • Thu
    24 hours
  • Fri
    24 hours
  • Sat
    24 hours
  • Sun
    24 hours

Important notes

The Urgent Care Centre provides care for patients who do not need emergency, life-saving treatment. Patients with conditions such as broken bones, deep cuts requiring stitches and some illnesses or symptoms that need urgent treatment, such as skin infections or abscesses, are treated by specially trained nurses and GPs. The centre is open 24 hours-a-day. Please note that it is not possible to book an appointment at the Urgent Care Centre, and it is not the same as a 'walk-in centre'.


020 8296 2000

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Our service details were last updated at 16:14 on 18/07/2018

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