Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre
  • Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre
  • Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre
  • Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre

Welcome to Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre

Here at the Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre, we’re passionate about giving you the best possible care and helping you to feel better, faster. We’re open seven days a week, as well as bank holidays (except Christmas Day), providing treatment and advice for a range of minor illnesses. Come and see us in the Rotherham Community Health Centre in Greasbrough Road.

Find out more about our services.

Why choose the Rotherham Walk-in Centre?

We’re open 8am - 9pm every day (except Christmas Day)

Our walk-in service treats minor injuries and illnesses during the weekend from 8am to 9pm. Just turn up and we will see you as soon as we can.

Find out more about our walk-in service.

Discreet and confidential

You can choose to see a male or female doctor or health professional – giving you complete confidence.

Treatment you can trust

The Rotherham NHS Walk-in Centre is operated by Care UK the UK’s largest independent provider of health and social care. Care UK works with local authorities and NHS commissioners to deliver a wide range of services including urgent care services and GP practices to out-of-hours and 111 services, care homes and homecare services. We are motivated by the importance of delivering efficient, accessible, quality healthcare. We aim to cut waiting times plus the number of visits to A&E departments that could be handled by other services. Visit our website to find out more about our work.

Our website is for the walk-in service only. Other services operated within community health centre are run by different providers.

www.rotherhamemergencycentre.nhs.uk

Our news

Time to talk about eating disorders

Time to talk about eating disorders

February 23 2017

The number of people with eating disorders is growing, and, according to UK eating disorder charity BEAT, fifteen percent of their calls last year were from women over 40 years of age.

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Encephalitis – not well known maybe, but life-threatening nonetheless

Encephalitis – not well known maybe, but life-threatening nonetheless

February 21 2017

February 22 is World Encephalitis Day and for those not familiar with the condition, read these comments from Dr Ava Easton, Chief Executive of The Encephalitis Society: “Imagine going to sleep one night and waking up the next day a completely different person - this is essentially what it can be like for some survivors of encephalitis.”

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Men urged not to ignore impotence problems

Men urged not to ignore impotence problems

February 14 2017

February 14 is celebrated by most as Valentine’s Day but it's also National Impotence Day.

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All about Raynaud's

All about Raynaud's

February 1 2017

February is Raynaud’s Awareness Month, but what is Raynaud’s and how can it be treated or managed?

Well, Raynaud’s is a common condition (it affects up to 20% of the adult population worldwide) which affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body, usually the fingers and toes.

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