Sheffield City Walk-in Centre
Sheffield City Walk-in Centre provides treatment for minor injuries and minor illnesses for the local community.The Centre serves patients who need treatment for common illness conditions that are too urgent to wait for a GP appointment but do not need emergency treatment at an A&E department.
The Sheffield walk-in centre is located in the central S1 area of Sheffield. They are the nurse led NHS Walk in Centre, where everyone has access to healthcare. Any member of the public can simply walk-in and see a clinician at the centre for advice and treatment for common illnesses that are urgent but not life threatening.
The centre can help people with:
- Persistent coughs
- Severe sore throats
- Sudden worsening of long-term conditions
Some more specific ailments that can be treated at the Walk-in Centre:
- Sprains and strains
- Minor head injuries
- Cuts and grazes
- Bites and stings
- Minor scalds and burns
- Ear and throat infections
- Skin infections and rashes
- Eye problems
- Coughs and colds
- Feverish illness in adults
- Feverish illness in children
- Abdominal pain
- Vomiting and diarrhoea
- Emergency contraception
The centre cannot assist with the following:
- Injuries that may require X-Ray
- Longstanding medical conditions that are managed by a GP.
- Sick Notes/Fit for Work Notes
- Dental Problems - they can only provide pain relief,not antibiotics.
- Repeat prescriptions - emergency short supply only
- Ear syringing
For any of the above, people can visit the surrounding hospitals in Sheffield.
- Official Website: Sheffield City Walk-in Centre