The South Bristol Urgent Treatment Centre is a nurse-led walk-in centre for minor illness and injuries. Provided by Sirona, you can drop in seven days a week with no appointment necessary.
South Bristol Urgent Treatment Centre is able to treat patients presenting with minor injuries that include:
- Sprains and strains
- Cuts and grazes
- Minor burns and scalds
- Assessment of suspected broken bones.
They are unable to help with:
- Acute chest pain
- Serious medical emergencies posing immediate threat to a person’s health or life
- Serious head injury – loss of consciousness.
How do I access this service?
You can access the service by contacting 111 who following triage will book you an appointment, or you can just arrive at the Urgent Treatment Centre during opening hours.
Opening hours: Seven days a week including bank holidays from 8am to 8pm.
Location: South Bristol NHS Community Hospital, Hengrove Promenade, Hengrove, Whitchurch Lane, Bristol BS14 0DE.
Contact: Call 0300 1246290. For more information on South Bristol Urgent Care Centre visit http://www.sirona-cic.org.uk/nhsservices/services/bristol-urgent-treatment-centre/
In a life-threatening emergency go to the Emergency Department or call 999.
Urgent Care Centre
South Bristol NHS Community Hospital
Telephone: 0117 3429692