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Urgent Care Centre London Bridge

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8am to 9pm weekdays, 9am to 6pm weekends. No appointment needed.

Enquiries

020 3910 2412

London Bridge Hospital

29 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

Payment options available: This facility offers treatments at a fixed price

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Rapid access to diagnostics and treatment

29 Tooley Street, part of London Bridge Hospital, is home to a private, rapid access urgent care centre for patients over the age of 18 with non-life threatening injuries and health concerns. Walk-in appointments are available with General Practitioners (GPs) and nurses with expertise in urgent care. The average waiting time is just 11 minutes to see a nurse, and shortly thereafter a GP. Our GPs and nurses are experienced in emergency medicine and take a holistic view of patients often presenting with the following:

  • Minor cuts and burns
  • Fevers and infections
  • Sprains, fractures and sports injuries
  • Minor head, neck, rib and back injuries
  • Persistent heartburn and mild chest pain
  • Urinary tract and bladder infections

The three pillars of our urgent care

Being attached to London Bridge Hospital means we’re able to carry out the full range of essential blood tests quickly to help diagnose everything from infections to fractures. X-rays, ultrasounds, CT scans and other diagnostic procedures are available in our adjacent London Bridge Hospital. Patients therefore have access to the three pillars of our end-to-end care: rapid diagnostics and treatment, fast referrals to consultants and urgent hospital admissions.

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1. Rapid diagnosis and treatment

This new centre is a one-stop-shop for rapid access to diagnosis and treatment. Most blood tests and other diagnostic tests will be turned around within the hour, with urgent access to imaging available within London Bridge Hospital. For busy city workers and visitors, the centre will quickly start them on their journey back to health in beautiful, calm surroundings.

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2. Fast referrals to consultants

Patients needing access to secondary care can be referred quickly to one of London Bridge Hospital’s consultants. The hospital is a private multi-specialty, complex and acute care facility, so each patient will come under the care of a specialist or sub specialist consultant in the appropriate field of medicine.

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3. Urgent hospital admissions

Should a patient require hospital admission for any underlying serious condition, the team of physicians, on-site and on call, will make this happen seamlessly. Our CQC-rated 'Outstanding' hospital is set up to deliver complex and acute care safely, with the backup of Level 3 intensive care units.

Important information

For any life threatening conditions patients should always call 999 or go the nearest NHS emergency department.

Urgent Care Centre location

London Bridge Hospital

29 Tooley Street

London SE1 2PR

How to access our Urgent Care Centres

All of our Urgent Care Centres operate a walk-in service. Simply walk in to see a doctor quickly. If you wish to speak to us in advance, please call:

020 3910 2412

For any life threatening conditions patients should always call 999 or go the nearest NHS emergency department

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