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

 

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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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Patients do not have to be registered to see a GP or nurse at the Warren Farm Urgent Care Centre. We can help people with busy lifestyles that need access to flexible and convenient health services and may have difficulty accessing a convenient appointment at their registered practice.

We can also help patients who may not be registered with a GP practice who might normally attend Accident and Emergency (A&E) for treatment which could be provided by a GP or nurse.

Visitors and foreign visitors to Birmingham are also welcome.

The following services are available to patients who would like to see visit the Centre

  • Abdominal pain, indigestion, constipation, vomiting and diarrhoea;
  • Acute wound care, dressings;
  • Allergies, hay fever, bites and stings;
  • Breathing problems;
  • Coughs, colds, virus and flu-like symptoms;
  • Emergency contraception;
  • Independent nurse prescribing in line with joint formulary and other local prescribing policies, including administration or prescribing of medicines using ‘Patient Group Directives’ or extended formulary for nurses
  • Minor injuries;
  • Muscle and joint injuries – strains and sprains;
  • Nose, throat, ear and eye symptoms;
  • Providing information on local NHS services, social services and other local statutory and voluntary services;
  • Skin complaints – rashes, sunburn, head lice;
  • Using patient contact time to provide information on staying health for example excerise, healthy eating and smoking cessation.

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