Do you have a minor injury?

There are several ways to get expert advice and treatment without calling emergency services (999) or having to go to A&E.

Use your local urgent treatment centre or walk-in centre if you need medical treatment or advice which does not need a visit to A&E or a medical appointment.

Walk-in centres or urgent treatment centres can be used for:

  • Cuts
  • Bites
  • Stings
  • Muscle or joint injuries
  • Sprains

Urgent treatment centres

There are two urgent treatment centres in Leeds. These centres can treat less serious injuries and illnesses. The units can also do x-rays, carry out urine tests and run a minor illness service 8am – 6pm, seven days a week. Prescriptions fr minor illnesses can be provided, if appropriate, through the minor illness service.

Note: Closing times listed below may be subject to change. Please contact NHS 111 ahead of your visit. NHS 111 may also be able to book you an appointment at the urgent treatment centre making it more convenient for you.

Due to coronavirus, people need to be screened before accessing urgent treatment centres or the walk-in centre. The most convenient way of accessing this service is by phoning NHS 111 first or going online They will advise you what to do and ask questions to see if you have any symptoms of coronavirus. By doing this, we can help reduce the spread of coronavirus and provide services in a safe, low risk environment.

Wharfedale Minor Injuries Unit

Newall Carr Road
LS21 2LY

Telephone: 0113 392 1647
Opening Times: 8am – 11pm everyday (including bank holidays and Christmas Day).

St. George’s Urgent Treatment Centre

St. George’s Road
LS10 4UZ

Telephone: 0330 311 5106
Opening Times: 8am – 11pm everyday (including bank holidays and Christmas Day)

Walk-in Centre

Shakespeare Medical Centre

1 Cromwell Mount
Burmantofts, Leeds

Telephone: 0113 295 1132
Opening Times: 8am – 8pm every day (including all bank holidays).

The Shakespeare Medical Centre is the only Walk-in Centre in Leeds. It can provide health advice and treatments for a range of conditions. It also provides traditional GP services for registered patients, and people not registered with the GP practice.