If you are unsure or if your symptoms do not improve or get worse ring NHS 111 or contact the surgery in working hours,
For more information on the above visit the Health A-Z section link.
NHS WICs are usually managed by a nurse and are available to everyone. Patients do not need an appointment. Most centres are open 365 days a year and outside office hours. Some newly opened centres may offer different opening hours during their first few months.
They have proved to be a successful complementary service to traditional GP and accident and emergency services
.Some NHS WiCs offer access to doctors as well as nurses. However, they are not designed for treating long-term conditions or immediately life-threatening problems.
Some walk in centres and minor injuries units may not treat young children. The decision lies with the WIC or minor injuries unit and is based on the capacity, resource or skill levels available. Please contact your local WIC or minor injuries unit in advance if you are not sure if you or your child can be treated there.
NHS walk-in centres (WICs) offer convenient access to a range of treatment. WICs are managed by Clinical Commissioning Groups.
infections and rashes
blood pressure checks
fractures and lacerations
emergency contraception and advice
vomitting and diarrhoea
insect and animal bites
minor cuts and bruises
minor burns and strains
Stop smoking support
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480 Hall Road
Telephone: 01482 347600 / 01482 347601
Bransholme South Health Centre
Goodhart Road Bransholme
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Tel: 01482 344184
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