Can I see a GP or nurse in the evening and at weekends?
Yes, you can see someone between the hours of 8am to 8pm, 365 days a year.
Can I register as a patient at the centre?
No, Warren Farm Urgent Care Centre is a walk-in only service.
Will the centre offer home visits?
The centre does not provide home visits. Your registered doctor should be able to offer you home visits.
Will the centre have access to my medical records?
When you are seen at the Centre, your own GP record will be accessed to ensure your full medical background is available to the GP or nurse treating you. After you have been treated, a record of your treatment will be sent back to your own GP for their records.
Do I have to register with the centre to use it?
No, the centre does not have a registered list. Just turn up as and when you need to.
Will children be treated at the urgent care centre?
The urgent care centre can treat children with minor illnesses and injuries. If you are not sure and want advice on where to go you can ring your local GP or their out-of-hours service.
If you need help urgently, you can call 999 or take your child to the children's emergency department at a nearby main hospital, for example the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
Patients do not have to be registered to receive treatment at Warren Farm Urgent Care Centre. We offer a walk-in service designed to treat people who have minor illnesses or injuries.
Any patient can walk into the centre and receive treatment without an appointment. Visitors and overseas tourists to Birmingham are also welcome.