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We offer a limited walk-in service for patients under 12 between 2pm & 6pm.
If you need urgent medical attention but it’s not an emergency, Aldershot Urgent Care Centre is a great alternative to hospital A&E services. We offer quick and appropriate medical assistance to address your needs.
If you contact 111 or your local GP, they may refer you to us where they will book an appointment on your behalf. If you go to your local A&E department, they may redirect you to our centre where clinically appropriate.
Our centre also provides a walk-in service for children under 12 between 14:00 – 18:00. The walk-in service can get busy and there may be a wait to be seen. Once we have reached full capacity walk-in patients will be redirected to other services such as 111 and your own GP.
Monday – Saturday: 08:00 – 20:00
Walk in appointments available (Please note these are for children under 12 years old only): 14:00 – 18:00
Where to find us
Aldershot Centre for Health
We are located within Aldershot Centre for Health on the ground floor.
Please enter the main entrance and make your way downstairs.
Signage will direct you towards the Urgent Care Centre receptionist.
What we CAN see and treat:
Signs of chest Infections
Coughing, mild breathlessness, and fevers.
Mild allergic reactions
Presenting with welts, sneezing, blanching rashes, itching and food intolerance.
Minor skin infections
Areas of redness on the skin which are hot, inflamed and/or tender to touch.
Due to indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea and vomiting, acid reflux, urine infections.
Including flare of asthma and other chronic airway diseases.
Signs of ears, nose and throat infections
Ear pain, discharge from ear, redness to ear, sinus pains, sore throat, change in voice and swollen tonsils.
Including muscle strains/sprains, inflamed tendons, gout, and flares of conditions such as arthritis.
We also provide treatment for a variety of other medical conditions. If you have any worries about your health, we strongly advise you to consult your GP or NHS 111. They can provide the necessary advice and assistance and schedule an appointment for you at our Urgent Care Centre if it is appropriate and available.
What we CAN’T see and treat:
Signs of a heart attack
Chest pains, pressure, heaviness, tightness or squeezing across the chest.
Sudden confusion (Delirium)
Cannot be sure of own name, age and/or home address.
Signs of a stroke
Face dropping on one side, cannot hold both arms up, difficulty speaking, sudden loss of vision.
Signs of a mental health crisis
Suicidal, self-harm, substance-misuse, concerning behaviour.
Severe difficulty in breathing
Not being able to get words out, gasping or choking.
Suddenly on liquids and solids
Suspected fractures, car accidents or assault
Uncontrolled bleeding with or without injury
Shaking or jerking because of a fit, or unconscious (cannot be woken up).
Sudden, rapid swelling
Of the lips, mouth, throat or tongue
Signs of sepsis
A combination of confusion, not passing urine for more than 12 hours, discoloured skin/non-blanching rash, extreme shivering or muscle pain, uncontrolled fever, severe breathlessness/lethargy.
Concerns of an infected tooth, toothache with or without facial swelling.