- Pregnancy related conditions
- Serious medical emergencies posing an immediate threat to a person’s health or life
- Road traffic accident injury
- Serious head injury – loss of consciousness
- Overdoses of drugs or accidental drinking of chemicals
- Severe allergic reaction
- Doctor’s certificates and sick certificates
- Repeat prescriptions
- Emergency care following an operation
- X-ray, imaging and routine referrals – these referrals need to be undertaken by your registered GP
- Prescribing of over the counter medicines – antibiotics are only prescribed if clinically indicated
- Routine procedures provided by your GP surgery e.g. ear syringing, dressing changes
- Dental conditions
- Blood tests, swabs and investigations
In these instances you will need to make an appointment with your own doctor.
If it is an emergency, you will need to go to your local accident and emergency (A&E) department.
Please note, when accessing the Walk-in Centre you will be asked to provide details of your registered GP and Practice name (if you have one).