Rotherham Walk-in Centre, Rotherham

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We provide fast, convenient care without an appointment for NHS patients with minor illnesses and injuries who require urgent medical attention.

We are located at Rotherham Community Health Centre and are open every day, including bank holidays, from 8am to 9pm. 

Our professional, friendly team provides high quality care for all minor injuries and illnesses, including cuts, bumps and grazes, burns, strains, sprains, bites, ear, throat and minor skin infections, eye conditions, stomach pains and suspected fractures. 

Because we don’t require patients to make an appointment, our service is particularly suited to people with busy lifestyles who want access to flexible and convenient health services.  Upon arrival at reception, you will be assessed by a qualified professional on a first come, first served basis – taking into account the nature and severity of symptoms. 

Patients who are assessed and found to have more serious conditions, such as heart attack or stroke, a severe head injury or major loss of blood, will be referred immediately to A&E.

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June 12th 2014

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April 14th 2014

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