NHS Kingston

Walk-in centres

Baby clinic

What is a walk-in centre?

Walk-in centres provide health services without you needing to make an appointment. They can also help you avoid a trip to A&E.

For some health conditions, like cuts, strains and sprains, a walk-in centre is your best option.

Where is my nearest walk-in centre?

There are two local walk-in centres at Teddington Memorial Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital.

Teddington Memorial Hospital Walk-in Centre

  • Hampton Road, Teddington TW11 0JL
  • Tel: 020 8714 4000

Queen Mary’s Hospital Minor Injuries Unit

  • Roehampton Lane, London SW15 5PN
  • Tel: 020 8487 6999

GP-led health service

Gosbury Hill GP Led Health Centre is now closed.

If you need to urgently see a GP or nurse on Saturday or Sunday you now can at our new Primary Care Access Walk in Service at Surbiton Health Centre.


Primary Care Weekend Service at Surbiton Health Centre

The Primary Care Access Walk-in Service will be able to see and treat urgent conditions that you would normally got to your GP practice for. Just walk in and wait, or book a same day appointment on 020 3841 9942.

The service is open to all patients, whether registered with a GP or not. Patients with urgent conditions will be able to walk in and wait or, if they prefer, make a same day appointment to be seen and treated. Patients may also be referred via the NHS111 service.

The initial opening times are:

  • 8.00am to 8.00pm on Saturdays and Sundays
  • Last walk in and booked appointment will be accepted 30 minutes before close

The Primary Care Walk-in Service will be able to see and treat minor illnesses and injuries that would normally be seen at a GP practice. This includes:

  • Minor illness such as headaches, dizziness, high temperatures and severe 'flu-like' symptoms and hayfever
  • Minor cuts, bruises, burns and scalds
  • Strains and sprains
  • Minor infections including ear, nose and throat
  • Abdominal pain
  • Dermatology and skin complaints
  • Urgent prescription medicines

It excludes:

  • Conditions that warrant immediate direction to A&E such as chest pain and severe shortness of breath
  • Any pregnancy related issue
  • Exacerbations of long term conditions
  • Dental emergencies
  • Mental health emergencies
  • Follow up appointments

If you have emergency and life threatening symptoms please call 999 or or go to A&E.

Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group's Governing Body agreed to pilot the service for six months, with a view to reviewing and improving the service to ensure that it effectively meets the need of patients now and into the future.




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Kingston Clinical Commissioning Group, Guildhall, Kingston, KT1 1EU
Tel: 020 8339 8000 or email communications@kingstonccg.nhs.uk

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