In the UK, sometimes it is difficult to see a doctor without booking an appointment or going to the hospital emergency department.
Good news! You can go to the Soho NHS walk in centre without making an appointment. When you get there you will get the treatment you need straightaway. The Soho NHS Walk in centre will help you to reduce the time you have to wait to treat your injures or illness.
Here is some more information about the NHS Walk in centre:
You can receive healthcare information, advice and treatment for:
- Coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms
- Information on staying healthy/local services
- Minor cuts and wounds – care, dressings
- Skin complaints – rashes, sunburn, head lice, nappy rash
- Muscle and joint injuries – strains and sprains
- Stomach ache, indigestion, constipation, vomiting and diarrhoea
- Women’s health problems, e.g. thrush, menstrual advice
- Hay fever, bites and stings
- Emergency contraception
What can I expect at the Soho NHS Walk-in Centre?
- Seven days a week service
- No appointment needed
- Assessment by an experienced NHS nurse
- Treatment for minor injuries and illnesses
- Instant access to health advice and information on other local services
- Advice on how to stay healthy
- Information on local out-of hours GP and dental services
- Information on local pharmacy services
Soho Centre for Health & Care
1 Frith Street (off Soho Square)
London W1D 3HZ
Tel: 020 7534 6500
Fax: 020 7534 6550
Monday – Friday: 8am-8pm
Saturday & Sunday: 10am-8pm
Bank Holidays: 10am-8pm
(The centre is closed on the first Thursday of every month from 5-8pm for essential training)
If you are planning to attend the Centre after 6pm, telephone beforehand to confirm that the service is still taking registrations.
If you need help or advice on any healthcare matters or seeing a Doctor, please talk to Catherine or Aram at UIC Reception, who will be happy to help you!