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The practice in September 2018 had a return visit from the CQC Inspection Team and have been given a complete "GOOD" rating.

The Partners and management wish to thank all the team and our Patient Participation Group members for their on going support.

The Woking Walk-in-Centre is located in Woking Community Hospital, Heathside Road, GU227HS. It is a service run by nurses who are trained in dealing with minor illnesses and injuries. This is a walk-in service (NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED).


Services that are available at the centre are: 


• abdominal pains - stomach complaints such as indigestion, constipation, vomiting and diarrhoea; 
• allergies including hay fever;
• chest infections;
• conjunctivitis and eye problems;
• coughs, colds and flu-like symptoms;
• cuts requiring stitches/glue, wound care and dressings;
• ear and throat infections;
• head injuries with no loss of consciousness;
• minor illnesses (including urinary tract infections);
• minor road traffic injuries;
• minor scalds and burns;
• muscle and joint injuries - strains and sprains;
• sexual health advice including; Chlamydia screening and emergency contraception;
• skin complaints – infections, rashes, sunburn, bites and stings; and
• suspected fractures.
They do not treat the following conditions:
• a life-threatening emergency;
• chemical injuries to the eye;
• chest pain;
• children under the age of two years who need a prescription;
• dental treatment;
• head injuries with loss of consciousness;
• high-impact road traffic injuries;
• overdose of drugs or drinking of chemicals;
• serious medical emergencies;
• severe allergic reaction;
• severe blood loss; and
• severe shortness of breath
Opening hours:   Mon-Fri 0700 hrs-1930 hrs   Weekends/Bank holidays 0900 hrs-1900 hrs
Telephone:01483 846209
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