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. 

Our news

People encouraged to try an HIV home-testing kit

People encouraged to try an HIV home-testing kit

November 23 2016

People at risk of HIV are being urged during National HIV Testing Week (November 19-26) to visit their GP for an HIV test or to order a home-testing kit.Dr

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Health centre staff helping to tackle diabetes

Health centre staff helping to tackle diabetes

November 11 2016

STAFF at our Care UK-run health centres will be working flat out on World Diabetes Day (November 14) to carry out as many NHS Health Checks as possible to help

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Care UK health centres urging people to rethink their drink

Care UK health centres urging people to rethink their drink

November 11 2016

Nurses atCare UK health centres will be inviting visitors to speak to them as part of the  ‘rethink your drink’ message which is the theme of this year’s n

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Stroke recovery time could be reduced

Stroke recovery time could be reduced

October 27 2016

Research is underway to increase the speed of a victim’s recovery after a stroke. A stroke occurs when the blood supply that carries oxygen and nutrients to part of the brain is blocked by a clot or through the bursting of a blood vessel.

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