Brent Urgent Care Centre
Brent Urgent Care Centre

Here to Help at Brent Urgent Care Centre

We’re open 24 hours a days, seven days a week to treat minor illnesses and injuries that require urgent and immediate attention.

You don’t need to book an appointment - just walk in. You will be assessed by a healthcare professional and asked to wait in reception until you are seen for treatment.

We work on a first come, first served basis (depending on the nature and severity of your symptoms) and should only be used if you require urgent medical attention and cannot be seen by your registered GP. If you are not currently registered with a GP practice our receptionists can give you information to help you register.

Waiting times at the UCC can vary depending on time of day and the number of patients in the centre at any given time. All patients are seen in order of arrival and urgency. This may result in a patient who arrived after you being seen for treatment before you but this is because their condition has been classified as being more urgent.

Details of your consultation at the Brent Urgent Care Centre will be forwarded to your registered GP for their records.

Choose well

We can treat a range of illnesses and injuries here at Brent Urgent Care Centre. You can find out more about what we can and can’t treat here.

If you are unwell and not sure of where to go, you can also call NHS 111 for advice. Your symptoms will be assessed and they will make sure you get the right care at the right place.

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