When We Are Closed

When the Medical Centre is closed all calls to the Medical Centre are diverted to NHS 111.

You can also access this service directly by dialling 111.   

Please remember that this service is only for emergencies or other genuinely urgent medical problems. By its nature there are inevitably times when the service becomes very busy, and this can lead to a considerable wait for advice or treatment.

Remember also that the nurse or doctor that you consult will not have your medical records and will not be able to advise about routine or non urgent medical problems.

Any contacts that you have with NHS 111 will be notified to the surgery the next morning, and the record of your consultation will be entered into your GP records.

Minor Treatment Centre

This is located in an adjacent part of the Princess of Wales Hospital. It is a nurse led unit run by Cambridge Community Services and is able to advise & treat a wide range of minor ailments

Conditions that can be treated at the Minor Injuries Units include:

  • wounds – cuts and bruises (Tetanus immunisation can also be given)
  • bites – human, insect and animal
  • minor burns and scalds
  • muscle and joint injuries – strains, sprains, limb fractures
  • sports injuries
  • emergency contraception
  • eye problems e.g. removal of foreign bodies, conjunctivitis
  • earache (patients aged 2 years and over)
  • cystitis (not children or male patients)
  • minor head injuries (with no loss of consciousness)

The Minor Injuries Unit staff are NOT able to provide:

  • repeat prescriptions
  • care for dental problems
  • treatment for long-standing conditions
  • travel vaccinations
  • medicals
  • sick certificates 

No appointment is necessary.

Opening Hours: Seven days a week - 8.30am - 6.00pm (Including Bank Holidays)

There are no X-Ray facilities at weekends or after 5.00pm.

Telephone Number: 01353 656675

For further details and current status please see the Cambridge Community Services website

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

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