Stay at home if you have coronavirus symptoms

Due to the ongoing pandemic, and to help keep you and our colleagues safe we’re following national guidance and minimising face to face contacts. We will continue to support you through video consultation, telephone consultations and virtual clinics and we’ll see you face to face where this is safe, and the most appropriate way to support you in line with the national guidance.

Click here to read NHS advice about staying at home.

IT IS REQUESTED THAT YOU WEAR FACE COVERINGS BEFORE YOU ENTER THIS BUILDING FOR YOUR SAFETY AND OTHERS AROUND YOU

 

**IMPORTANT PLEASE READ**

This urgent care centre will be unable to accept walk in patients from the 31st October 2020.
In order to access our service, you will need to have a pre-booked appointment which you can book via 111
Please note we are unable to book you an appointment directly at this service

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Accessibility

Warren Farm Urgent Care Centre supports web accessibility. We want our site to be accessible by all and follow the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) guidelines known as the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

WAI recommends that to make a website as accessible as possible, the starting point is compliant code and this site was constructed using valid XHTML and CSS.

The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

The WAI is affiliated with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and works with organisations around the world to increase the accessibility of the web through five primary areas of work: technology, guidelines, tools, education and outreach, and research and development.

As part of this work the WAI published the first version of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) in 1999. These are accepted as the definitive set of international guidelines used for building accessible websites. All other guidelines and standards are derived from these.

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