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Please help us by choosing the best NHS service for your needs

Published on 12/01/2024

Wayfinding sign for an Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC)
Wayfinding sign for an Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC)

Our emergency departments (A&Es) are very busy at the moment.

If you have a minor illness or injury, you may been seen quicker at a local urgent treatment centre.

Please help us by choosing the best NHS service for your needs.

To access urgent care or urgent treatment centres, you will need to call NHS 111 or visit NHS 111 online first to speak to a professional who, if appropriate, can make an appointment for you.

Urgent treatment centres

Solihull Urgent Treatment Centre

Solihull Hospital
Lode Lane
B91 2JL

For minor injuries – such as broken bones, sprains, cuts, bruising, minor burns – just walk-in (open 08:00 – 20:00, seven days a week, for anyone over one year old).

For minor illnesses, please contact NHS 111 or visit the Badger website to book an appointment.

More information on the minor illness service provided by Badger can be found on their website.

Erdington Urgent Treatment Centre

Stockland Green Primary Care Centre
192 Reservoir Road
B23 6DJ

South Birmingham GP Urgent Treatment Centre

15 Katie Road
Selly Oak
B29 6JG

Summerfield Urgent Care Centre

First Floor
134 Heath Street
Winson Green
B18 7AL

Warren Farm Urgent Care Centre

Warren Farm Road
B44 0PU

Washwood Heath Urgent Care Centre

Clodeshall Road
Washwood Heath
B8 3SN

Find NHS services near you

To find urgent treatment centres, pharmacies and other NHS services near you, please visit the NHS website and enter your postcode.

Life-threatening emergencies

If you have a life-threatening emergency, such as those listed below, always attend your nearest emergency department or call 999.

  • Loss of consciousness
  • Persistent chest pain
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Severe bleeding
  • Severe allergic reaction

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