St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre, Portsmouth

  • St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre

Our team in Portsmouth provides fast and convenient services to people around the area.

We offer high quality treatment and diagnostics in a wide range of specialties such as orthopaedics and general surgery for people in Hampshire.

We have three modern, fully equipped operating theatres and our highly trained surgical team can perform numerous day case procedures, such as hernia repairs and cataract removals. We only treat NHS patients, and if you and your GP decide that St Mary’s is the right option for you, we will do everything we can to treat you to the highest standard in a quick and timely manner.

As well as day surgery, we also offer a number of screening and diagnostic services, including diabetic retinopathy, X-ray, echocardiography and ultrasound. Again, your GP will refer you if St Mary’s is the right option for you.

We also have a Walk-in Minor Injuries Unit, offering advice and treatment for a range of minor illnesses and injuries, for which no appointment is necessary. Our professional, friendly team provides high quality care for minor injuries and illnesses including cuts and grazes, burns, strains, sprains, bites, minor infections, eye conditions, stomach pains and suspected fractures.  Upon arrival at reception, patients are assessed by a qualified professional and seen according to priority. 

To find out more, visit the NHS website for the St Mary’s Treatment Centre.

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January 22nd 2015

Over the past few weeks, opening hours have been further extended at the minor injuries and minor illness unit at St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre in Portsmouth.

December 30th 2014

Opening hours are being extended at the St Mary’s NHS Treatment Centre in Portsmouth for the next few days to ease pressure on the Emergency Department at Queen Alexandra Hospital.

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