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.

There are nine Urgent Treatment Centres (UTCs) across North West London. They are often located at a hospital and you can just walk in. You do not need an appointment.

 

Urgent Treatment Centres in North West London

Brent Urgent Treatment Centre
Central Middlesex Hospital
Acton Lane
London
NW10 7NS
Tel: 0333 999 2575
Opening hours: 8am - 12 midnight, seven days a week

 

Charing Cross Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Fulham Palace Road
London W6 8RF
Tel: 020 8846 1005
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
369 Fulham Road
London
W6 8RF
Tel: 020 3315 8080
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

Ealing Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Uxbridge Road,
Southall, Middlesex,
UB1 3HW
Tel: 020 8967 5141
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

Hammersmith Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Du Cane Road
London W12 0HS
Tel: 020 3313 1000
Opening hours: 8am - 12 midnight, seven days a week

 

Hillingdon Urgent Treatment Centre
Pield Heath Road
Uxbridge
UB8 3NN
Tel: 01895 238282
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

Hounslow Urgent Treatment Centre
West Middlesex Hospital,
Twickenham Road,
Isleworth,
Middlesex TW7 6AF
Tel:  020 8321 6700
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

Northwick Park Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Watford Road
Harrow
HA1 3UJ
Tel: 020 8864 3232
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

St Mary's Hospital Urgent Treatment Centre
Praed Street
Paddington
London
W2 1NY
Tel: 020 3312 5758
Opening hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week

 

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.

If you are seriously ill, you will be referred to the emergency department which is located next to the Urgent Treatment Centre.

If you’re unsure whether an Urgent Treatment Centre will be right for you call NHS 111 for advice before you go.