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Costs to see an urgent care specialist for children

  • Child Consultation
    • Price
  • Doctor consultation
    • £150
  • Doctor consultation follow-up
    • £100
  • Nurse consultation
    • £50
  • Consultant Paediatrician review
    • £250

Common diagnostics costs for urgent care

  • Diagnostics for children
    • Price
  • X-rays (per X-ray)
    • From £100
  • ECG ( heart rhythm and electrical activity)
    • £80
  • Wound swab
    • £42
  • Throat swab
    • £62
  • Respiratory culture
    • £50
  • Urine (detection of infection in Urine)
    • £56
  • Faecal culture
    • £60
  • Arterial blood gas (to determine lung function)
    • £30
  • Insertion of catheter
    • £68
  • Change of catheter
    • £38
  • Removal of catheter
    • £20
  • Urinalysis (may detect urinary tract problems, kidney problems or diabetes)
    • £28
  • Pregnancy test
    • £10
  • Ear swab
    • £66

Blood tests for urgent care

  • Common blood tests for children
    • Price
  • FBC (Full blood count)
    • £36
  • Liver function
    • £37
  • Clotting screen
    • £59
  • FDP (blood clotting test)
    • £45
  • Bone Profile
    • £80
  • EBV Test (Epstein-barr virus)
    • £168
  • Electrolytes
    • £48
  • MRSA Screen
    • £41
  • ESR (cell inflammation test)
    • £21
  • Malaria Parasites
    • £86
  • Magnesium level test
    • £26
  • Thyroid profile
    • £50

Supply costs for urgent care

  • Supplies for children
    • Price
  • Crutches (pair)
    • £21
  • Wedge shoe
    • £21
  • Protective leg boot (Aircast boot) Small & Medium
    • £91
  • Protective leg boot (Aircast boot) Large
    • £104
  • Wrist splint (Futura splint)
    • £15
  • Polysling (arm sling)
    • £21

Wound care for urgent care

  • Wound packages for children
    • Price
  • Small dressing package (10cm x 12.5cm)
    • £25
  • Large dressing package (9cm x 20cm)
    • £60
  • Wound glue package
    • £50
  • Small steristrip package
    • £40
  • Large steristrip package
    • £60
  • Small suture package
    • £40
  • Large suture package
    • £70
  • Incision and drainage package (e.g. abscesses)
    • £70
  • Removal of sutures package
    • £50
  • Wound check
    • £20
  • Fingers package
    • £40
  • Toes package
    • £60
  • Foreign body ear package
    • £40
  • Eye wash package
    • £30
  • Removal of dressing
    • £20
  • Sprained hand package
    • £45
  • Sprained ankle package
    • £45

Fracture package for urgent care

  • Fracture packages for children
    • Price
  • Full leg cast
    • £170
  • Lower leg cast
    • £100
  • Arm / Wrist cast
    • £100

Please be aware the following will be charged in addition to the procedure, if they are required:

  • Consultant Fees
  • Histology
  • Any other additional procedures that are required
  • Take home medication
If any procedure is not listed, or if you have any further queries please contact our Patient Administration team situated at the Urgent Care Centre reception desk. 
 
Please note that this price list does not apply to Insured or Embassy patients.

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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