WALSALL URGENT CARE CENTRES

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Opening Times

Walsall Urgent Care Centre
(Community Site)

Saddlers Shopping Center
Bridgeman Street
Walsall WS1 1YT
Open 8am – 8pm every day

Telephone: 01922 656 391

Lines open 24 hours, 365 days a year

Walsall Urgent Care Centre
(Hospital Site)

Walsall Manor Hospital
Willbraham Road, off Moat Road
Walsall WS2 9PS
Open 7am – midnight every day

Telephone: 01922 656 391

Lines open 24 hours, 365 days a year

Services

We provide treatment for injuries and illnesses that are urgent but not life threatening such as :-

  • Wounds, burns and bites
  • Sprains and sports injuries
  • Fevers, infections, and rashes

We do not provide blood tests or ear syringing as part of our service. This must be done though your own GP.

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How can I access the services?

There is no need to make an appointment. If your condition is urgent and you are unable to get an appointment with your GP, simply visit either of our Urgent Care Centres.

How To Find Us

Patients have a choice of Urgent Care Centre to visit – the new one in the Town Centre, or the existing one at Manor Hospital.

Both Urgent Care Centre’s provide health advice and treatment for illness or injuries which are not life-threatening, but are too urgent to wait for a routine appointment with your GP Practice.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do we mean by ‘Urgent Care?’

The urgent care service will offer advice and treatment for illnesses or injuries which are not life-threatening, but are too urgent to wait for a routine appointment with your GP Practice. You can go in without an appointment or book by contacting one of the centre’s.

You may be booked an appointment at an Urgent Care Centre following a consultation with NHS 111.

How do I know if my problem is urgent or not?

There are range of local NHS services you can access if you are injured or unwell and you are unsure about where to go

  • GP or Nurse Practitioner – at your GP Practice. If your Practice is closed call NHS 111 free of charge. If you are not registered with a GP Practice visit the NHS Choices website , where you can find details of your local GPs on by entering your postcode.
  • NHS 111 -You can get advice about urgent health conditions, and where best to go, (just dial 111 from any telephone or mobile free of charge).
  • Pharmacist – You can also get free advice from your local pharmacist who is trained to treat many minor illnesses with the appropriate over-the-counter medicines.
  • Online you can visit the healthcare website NHS Choices

Who will I see or be treated by at the Urgent Care Centres?

Both Urgent Care Centre’s are run by a team of highly-skilled GPs and Specialist Nurses, who are experienced at diagnosing and treating minor injuries or illnesses. For example, they can treat sprains, burns, bites or stings, as well as assess and treat wounds.

What types of illness and injuries can be treated at the Urgent Care Centres?

A wide range of illnesses and injuries needing urgent attention including

  • Wounds, burns and bites
  • Sprains and sports injuries
  • Fevers, infections, and rashes
  • Sickness and vomiting

Blood tests, ear syringing and wound dressings which are routine, or as a result of a surgical procedure, are not be offered by the new service and these should be arranged through your GP Practice.

The service also does not provide urgent dental work. Please consult your dentist to find out about their arrangements for urgent and emergency dentistry.