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Urgent treatment centres
What are urgent treatment centres?
Urgent treatment centres (UTCs) are an alternative to A&E. They are centres which treat minor injuries and illness requiring urgent treatment that cannot be seen by your registered GP.
The following walk-in centres and urgent treatment centres are located in and nearby to Brent:
Brent Urgent Treatment Centre
Central Middlesex Hospital
Opening times: 8am - 12 midnight, seven days a week
Tel: 0333 999 2575
Edgware NHS Walk-in Centre
Edgware Community Hospital
Burnt Oak Broadway
Opening times: 7am-9pm (centre closes at 10pm to accomodate waiting times), seven days a week
Tel: 020 8732 6459
Northwick Park Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Tel: 020 8864 3232
St Mary’s Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
St Mary’s Hospital
Opening times: 24 hours, seven days a week
Tel: 020 3312 5758
St Charles NHS Urgent Care Centre
St Charles Hospital
Opening times: 8am-9pm, seven days a week, including all bank holidays
Tel: 020 8969 2488
What conditions do they treat?
The centre treats minor injuries and illnesses that require urgent treatment including:
- minor illnesses
- cuts and grazes
- minor scalds and burns
- strains and sprains
- bites and stings
- minor head injuries
- ear and throat infections
- minor skin infections / rashes
- minor eye conditions / infections
- stomach pains
- suspected fractures
On arrival at the urgent treatment centre you will be assessed and treated in order of the priority of your condition.