Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre, Portsmouth

  • Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre
  • Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre
  • Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre

We offer a traditional family GP practice and a walk-in facility to provide fast, convenient care for NHS patients.

We are open every day from 8am to 8pm, including bank holidays. Everyone who works here is welcoming and committed to making sure that if you come here, you will always be offered the highest standard of care.  

Our GP practice offers a range of services including health information, advice and treatment for a variety of minor illnesses and injuries. We also provide a range of additional services, such as vaccinations and immunisations, contraception services, chlamydia screening, advice to help you stop smoking, asthma and diabetes management, maternity medical, cardiovascular disease prevention and minor surgery.

Our walk-in centre is open every day and is designed to help busy people gain access to flexible and convenient health services. We offer healthcare advice and treatment for general problems and also for urgent, acute needs, such as flare-ups of conditions like asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The service is open to unregistered patients, whether local to the Portsmouth area or not.

To find out more, visit our NHS website for the Guildhall Walk Healthcare Service.

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