Urgent Walk-in Wound Care Services

We are able to provide routine and urgent basic wound dressings dependent on appointment availability. For more complex dressings and where you need to be seen urgently please refer to the below alternative centres - distance in miles from Belsize Priory Medical Centre is shown in brackets.

Please try to avoid attending walk-in and urgent care centres during their busiest hours i.e. after 4pm as they may not be able to do the dressing change and may ask to come back at another time.

NHS Walk-in Centres

Finchley (5.7m)

Finchley Memorial Hospital, Granville Road, London, N12 0JE. Tel: 020 8349 7500

Open 8.00am to 9.00pm 7 days a week

Edgware (6.3m)

Edgware Community Hospital, Burnt Oak Broadway, Edgware, Middlesex, HA8 0AD. Tel: 020 8952 2381

Open 7.00am to 9.00pm 7 days a week

Soho (3.4m)

1 Frith Street, London, W1D 3HZ. Tel: 020 7534 6500

Open 8.00am to 8.00pm on weekdays and 10am to 8pm on weekends

Please Note: They do not do dressing changes after 4pm.

Urgent Care Centres

St Charles' (2.3m)

St Charles' Centre for Health and Wellbeing, 125 Exmoor Street, London, W10 6BB. Tel: 020 8969 2488

Open 8.00am to 9.00pm 7 days a week

Brent (4.2m)

Central Middlesex Hospital, Acton Lane, London, NW10 7NS. Tel: 0333 999 2575

Open 24 hours, 7 days a week

Chase Farm (11.3m)

Chase Farm Hospital, The Ridgeway, Enfield, EN2 8JL. Tel: 020 8375 2999

Open 8.00am to 10.00pm 7 days a week.

Please Note: They do not do dressing changes after 6pm.

If it is an emergency or you feel that your wound has suddenly deteriorated i.e become infected and requires urgent changing but you are unable to access the above facilities, please revert to your local Emergency Department who all locally also have urgent care centres ie Royal Free Hospital, University College London Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and Barnet General Hospital.

For Diabetic Patients only:

Royal Free Hospital Podiatry Hot Clinic (1.5m)

Podiatry Department, Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG.

Patients should present to A&E directly for triage – if out of clinic hours they will be booked to the service the next day (unless systemically unwell). A specialist podiatrist will assess, treat and refer the patient to the correct foot care pathway.

Patient must have Diabetes and have an acute foot disorder:

  • hot, swollen foot
  • foot infection (sepsis, cellulitis)
  • new foot ulceration
  • sudden onset of foot pain
  • burn to the foot
  • gangrene
  • puncture wound

Open 9am to 4pm weekdays and 9am to 11:30am weekends 

If it is an emergency or you feel that your wound has suddenly deteriorated i.e become infected and requires urgent changing but you are unable to access the above facilities, please revert to your local Emergency Department who all locally also have urgent care centres ie Royal Free Hospital, University College London Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital and Barnet General Hospital.