Brent Urgent Care Centre
  • Brent Urgent Care Centre
  • Brent Urgent Care Centre
  • Brent Urgent Care Centre

Based at Central Middlesex Hospital, we’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

We’re passionate about giving you the best possible care and helping you to feel better, faster. That’s why we’re open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every week of the year. Our GP-lead team offers urgent and immediate medical care when you are unable to see your own GP and as an alternative to A&E.

We have x-ray and other tests available on site to provide fast, convenient treatment for a range of illnesses and injuries for both adults and children, without having to book an appointment. Find out more.

Changes to Central Middlesex Hospital

The A&E department at Central Middlesex Hospital closed on Wednesday 10 September 2014. However, Brent Urgent Care Centre remains open 24 hours a day, seven days a week on site. 
This was part of North West London’s Shaping a Healthier Future campaign to improve access to NHS healthcare services. 

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