Service overview NHS Walk-in Centres We run five walk-in and urgent care centres across Barnet, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster. Care is provided by of Nurse Practitioners, GPs and other healthcare practitioners who give treatment and advice on a range of minor illnesses and injuries, without an appointment. Location and opening times Edgware(HA8 0AD) | Finchley(N12 0JE) | Parsons Green(SW6 4UL) | Soho(W1D 3HZ) | Ladbroke Grove/North Kensington (W10 6DZ) Treating children The Edgware, Finchley and St Charles centres see and treat children. Soho does not treat children under 12. Parsons Green does not routinely treat children but will offer a first assessment and advice on the best alternative service. Waiting times We aim for a nurse to see everyone within 20 minutes of arriving for a first assessment (triage) but at busy times it may be longer. We then prioritise patients depending on the seriousness of their condition. This could mean people who arrived after you are treated before you. We aim for everyone to be seen as quickly as possible but please note during busy times the waiting time can be over 2 hours and potentially as long as 4 hours. Our official target is to treat everyone within 4 hours of checking in at reception. We want to ensure that you get the right care; when the nurse assesses you at triage you may be directed to alternative places for treatment. Entitlement to free treatment If you are not ordinarily resident in the UK or from an EU country or one with a "reciprocal agreement" with the UK for healthcare you may need to pay for your consultation. We need to confirm that people are entitled to free NHS care. This means we ask all patients to confirm they are entitled to free NHS care. You don't have to be registered with a GP to be seen, but this is the easiest confirmation of being entitled to free care so our reception teams will normally ask. Please read this guide for more details about charging. What we offer All of our centres can treat minor injuries and illnesses including: minor ear, nose and throat problems sprains and strains wound infections (please note we do not re-dress wounds at Parsons Green) minor burns and scalds minor head injuries skin conditions chest problems and abdominal pain insect and animal bites and stings minor eye injuries minor injuries to the back, shoulder and chest All centres provide emergency contraception (including for young people under 12 if necessary). In addition, Edgware and Finchley walk-in centres and St Charles UCC have access to x-ray facilities and can treat uncomplicated fractures. Please contact each location to check what services they offer before arriving.