When your GP surgery is closed you want to know that you’ll still get the care you need if you have an urgent care health problem. Working in partnership with the NHS111 service in the Yorkshire and Humber region, we provide specialist urgent care services for West Yorkshire and the Craven district of North Yorkshire. Please check the specific range of services provided at each location below.

KING STREET WALK-IN CENTRE

Address:
47 King Street
Wakefield
WF1 2SN

Opening Times:
Monday to Sunday: 10:00 – 22:00

Telephone Number:
Our number is 01924 882350, but to ensure your health need is dealt with promptly and in the right place please call NHS111 first.

Details
The walk in service is open for patients (except children under 6 months and pregnancy related issues) who need same-day care and cannot wait to see their own GP. The service is operated by a dedicated team of experienced clinicians who can assess, diagnose and treat a range of minor illnesses and injuries that do not need an x-ray, including:

  • ear, nose and throat problems
  • sprains and strains
  • wound infections
  • minor burns and scalds
  • minor head injuries
  • skin conditions
  • minor respiratory conditions
  • mild abdominal pain or discomfort
  • insect and animal bites and stings
  • minor eye problems
  • minor injuries to the back, shoulder and chest
  • acute wound dressings
  • emergency contraception

Please note this is a Walk-In service and patients will be seen on a 1st come 1st served basis, however some people may be seen earlier in emergencies.

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PONTEFRACT URGENT TREATMENT CENTRE

Address:
New Hospital Building
Friarwood Lane
Pontefract
WF8 1PL

Opening Times:
7 days a week including Bank Holidays, 24 hours a day.

If you are unsure which service to use:
To ensure your health need is dealt with promptly and in the right place please call NHS111 first.

Details
The walk in service is open for anyone with Illness and Injury 24 hours a day. At Local Care Direct we provide the care at the service during 22:00 – 08:00. You can also access this service by pre-booking an appointment via NHS111.

ST GEORGE’S URGENT TREATMENT CENTRE

Address:
St George’s Road
Middleton
Leeds
LS10 4UZ

Opening Times:
7 days a week including Bank Holidays: 08:00 to 23:00.

If you would like to check how busy we are before you attend, please call 0330 311 5106. Our receptionist will be able to advise if there is a wait or discuss alternative options with you. Please note, the receptionist may be helping patients at the desk and may not be able to answer the phone immediately.

Please note, our services may reach capacity due to queues in our waiting room and/or queues on our triage list. Our receptionist may need to advise you of alternative options if the UTC staff are not able to deal with your illness/injury on the day.

If you are unsure which service to use:
To ensure your health need is dealt with promptly and in the right place please call NHS111 first.

Details
The Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) will see patients with urgent illness (except babies under 6 weeks old or patients with pregnancy related conditions) which cannot wait for you to see your own GP. The service also supports patients with minor injuries including cuts, bites, sprains, bone, muscle or joint injuries.

Please note that the X-Ray facilities are available until 20:30 depending on the nature of the injury. We are able to X-Ray arms, legs, fingers and toes. We cannot X-Ray facial bones, head, neck, back, chest, ribs, hips, thighs or the pelvis. One of our healthcare professionals will advise you if an x-ray is required.

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WHARFEDALE URGENT TREATMENT CENTRE

Address:
Newell Carr Road
Otley
Leeds
LS21 2LY

Opening Times:
7 days a week including Bank Holidays: 08:00 to 23:00.

If you would like to check how busy we are before you attend, please call 0113 3921647. Our receptionist will be able to advise if there is a wait or discuss alternative options with you. Please note, the receptionist may be helping patients at the desk and may not be able to answer the phone immediately.

Please note, our services may reach capacity due to queues in our waiting room and/or queues on our triage list. Our receptionist may need to advise you of alternative options if the UTC staff are not able to deal with your illness/injury on the day.

If you are unsure which service to use:
To ensure your health need is dealt with promptly and in the right place please call NHS111 first.

Details
The Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) will see patients with urgent illness (except babies under 6 weeks old or patients with pregnancy related conditions) which cannot wait for you to see your own GP. The service also supports patients with minor injuries including cuts, bites, sprains, bone, muscle or joint injuries.

Please note that the X-Ray facilities are available until 22:30 depending on the nature of the injury. We are able to X-Ray arms, legs, fingers and toes. We cannot X-Ray facial bones, head, neck, back, chest, ribs, hips, thighs or the pelvis. One of our healthcare professionals will advise you if an x-ray is required.

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