Private A&E Near Me

Yes, you can find private emergency medical care at an Urgent Care Centre. These centres offer:

  • Significantly shorter waiting times
  • Direct referrals to top consultations
  • On-site administration of treatment
  • Quiet, pleasant environments

However, you will not be entitled to the NHS ambulance service to take you to private walk-in in care centres, and will have to arrange your own transport. Additionally, these private care centres have opening hours to which you will have to adhere.

Private A&E Services in London

The Portland Hospital

Address: 205 – 209 Great Portland St, London W1W 5AH

Phone number:  020 3993 3972

They recommend calling in advance to see openings

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital

Address: 60 Grove End Rd, London NW8 9NH

Phone number: 020 7806 4000

Opening Hours: 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, 8am-1pm Sat, closed Sundays

The Physicians’ Clinic

Address: 14 Devonshire St, London W1G 7AE

Phone number: 020 7034 8164

Opening Hours: 8am-8pm Mon-Fri, closed Sat-Sun

The Wellington Hospital

Address: Wellington Hospital South Bldg, 8A Wellington Place The, London NW8 9LE

Phone number: 020 3733 5344

Open 24/7

The Lister Hospital, Chelsea

Address: The Lister Hospital, Chelsea Bridge Rd, London SW1W 8RH

Phone number: 020 3993 7566

Open 24/7

The Princess Grace Hospital

Address: 42-52 Nottingham Pl, London W1U 5NY

Phone number: 020 3131 2549

They recommend calling in advance to see openings

Private A&E Services in Birmingham

West Midlands Hospital

Address: Colman Hill, Halesowen B63 2AH

Phone number: 01384 560123

Opening Hours: 8 am–5 pm Mon-Fri, 9 am–1 pm Sat, closed Sun

The Acocks Green Medical Centre

Address: 999, Warwick Road Acocks Green, 999 Warwick Rd, Acocks Green, Birmingham B27 6QJ

Phone number: 0121 706 0501

Opening Times:Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:30 am–1 pm, 2–6 pm, 8:30 am–1 pm Wed, closed Sat-Sun

Summerfield GP and Urgent Care Centre

Address: Summerfield Primary Care Centr, 134 Winson Green Rd, Heath St, Birmingham B18 7AL

Phone number: 0121 389 1120

Opening Times: 8am-8pm Mon-Sun

Top Medical Clinic

Address: 89A Allison St, Birmingham B5 5TH

Phone number: 0121 643 9812

Opening Hours: 9 am–7 pm Mon-Fri, 10 am–8 pm Sat, 10 am–5 pm Sun

Private A&E Services in Manchester

Urgent Care 365 in Manchester

Address: 32 Oldham Rd, Ancoats, Manchester M4 5FE

Phone number: 0161 413 7976

Opening Times: 7 am–11 pm Mon-Fri

Manchester Urgent Primary Care Hub

Address: 2nd Floor, Boots The Chemist, 32 Market Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 1PL

Phone number: 0161 839 6227

Opening Hours: 8am-8pm Mon-Sun

Doctorcall - Private GP Clinic Manchester

Address: St Ann’s Square, 2-4 Exchange St, Manchester M2 7HA

Phone number0344 257 0346

Opening hours: 8 am–6 pm Mon-Fri, closed Sat-Sun

The Alexandra Hospital

Address: Mill Ln, Cheadle SK8 2PX

Phone number: 0161 428 3656

Opening Hours: Open 24/7

What is A&E?

The A&E department allows patients to walk in and receive treatment for severe and less severe injuries and illnesses. The illnesses treated in A&E include:

  • Breathing difficulties
  • Severe and persistent bleeding
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Severe and persistent chest pain
  • Severe burns or scalds
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • An acute confused state and persistent fits

A&E offers 24/7 access 365 days a year, and is run by paramedics, A&E nurses, diagnostic radiographers, porters, healthcare assistants, emergency medicine doctors, and more.

A&E is not an alternative to getting an appointment with a GP. If your GP practice is closed and you require non-emergency treatment, you can call NHS 111 which will direct you to the best service, or visit an NHS walk-in-centre. Walk-in-centres allow patients to receive help for minor illnesses without an appointment.

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What Are The Benefits Of A Private Urgent Care Centre?

Although the main benefit of Urgent Care Centres are the lack of waiting times. However, other benefits include:

  • Longer amounts of time spent talking to unhurried doctors
  • Potentially better equipment and facilities due to higher funding
  • Potentially faster treatment, allowing patients to get back to their lives as soon as possible
  • Element of luxury that makes them feel like a hotel, allowing for a restful recovery

What Is Private A&E?

Private A&E – also known as Urgent Care Centres – are places where patients can go to receive emergency care outside the NHS, with little or no waiting time.

However, Urgent Care Centres do not usually treat life-threatening illnesses and injuries, including those to the head.

What Does Private A&E Treat?

Urgent Care Centres mainly deal with the walk-in wounded — people who have been suffered from a minor accident or have suddenly become ill but can still get to hospital themselves. This includes fractures and sprains from sports.

They also help patients suffering from the following:

  • Burns (from hot water or chemicals)
  • Wounds from DIY or machine-related activities
  • Wounds from sports
  • Breathing problems
  • Pain in the chest area
  • Ear / nose / throat (ENT) complaints
  • Stomach and bowel problems
  • Bladder problems
  • Gynaecological problems
  • Earwax buildup
  • Seasonal flu vaccinations
  • Travel vaccines

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