Urgent Treatment Centres

St Helens Urgent Treatment Centre

Opening times:
7am to 10pm, Monday to Saturday
9am to 10pm, Sundays
(30 minutes prior to closing, patients may be triaged only and given appropriate follow up advice)

Services include:
• on-site pharmacy 
• x-ray
• blood tests

A GP is available on site Monday to Friday, 11am – 8pm, in addition to the nursing staff.
Same day GP appointments can be booked, call 111.

What can we treat?
Our team of experienced doctors and nurses can assess and treat a wide variety of illness and injury in adults and children.

What conditions are treated at St Helens UTC?
Minor cuts and wounds
Minor head injury
Minor burns or scalds
Bites and stings
Suspected simple fractures
Coughs, colds and sore throats
Rashes and allergic reactions
Urine infections
Eye injuries and infections
Muscle or joint injuries (eg. sprains and strains)
Childhood illnesses (e.g. croup and bronchiolitis)
Abdominal pain
Patients will be seen by a triage nurse on arrival.
If an illness or injury that is not considered life-threatening, the patient will be treated at the Urgent Treatment Centre.

If you are unsure where to go for care?
Call 111 free for expert advice. They will assess, and can book same day appointments if needed.

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Let’s keep our emergency services free for those who need them most 
Visit your local pharmacy for minor ailments
Call your GP for more serious ailments
If you’re worried about an urgent medical concern call 111
Go to your Urgent Treatment Centre if you have a minor
illness or injury

Patients are eligible for free NHS treatment at St Helens and Knowsley Teaching hospitals NHS Trust if they are: Ordinarily resident in the UK or: Overseas visitors, but entitled to free NHS services under the National Health Service (Charges to Overseas Visitors) Regulations

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