The Milton Keynes Urgent Care Service is there for when you need urgent advice and treatment for illness, infections and injuries such as:
Children with high temperatures
Ear and respiratory infections
Children and adults with breathing problems
New unexplained symptoms
Worrying worsening of long term condition
Mild and moderate injuries, wounds and burns
Acute mental health problems
Bladder and other infections
Concerning tummy upsets
The Urgent Care Centre is open 24/7. It provides a Doctor and Nurse treatment service for urgent problems. The out of hours service is staffed by local GPs and Nurses for urgent problems which cannot safely wait until your practice re-opens. We suggest you phone for advice because advice from a Doctor or Nurse can stop you worrying and save you an unnecessary journey.
To ensure you don't make an unnecessary journey, please call 111.
If your health concern is less urgent than a call to 999, call 111. If needed, you can speak with a clinician or the 111 health advisor who can arrange an ambulance for you.
111 helps you to find the right local health care service that can help you best.
How to get to the Urgent Care Centre:
The Urgent Care Centre is situated on the Milton Keynes Hospital Campus on Standing Way at the junction of the H8 and V8. The Hospital is sign posted from the M1, A5, A421, A422 and the City Centre. A 'Pay and Display' car park is in operation at the Urgent Care Centre.
The Hospital Campus is well served by local bus routes, MK Metro bus services 29 and 32 service the site, stopping adjacent to the Hospital Campus main entrance. Other bus services stop on Standing Way, a short walk from the campus main entrance.
How to contact Milton Keynes - URGENT CARE SERVICES
Milton Keynes Urgent Care Centre, Hospital Campus, Standing Way, Eaglestone, Milton Keynes, MK6 5NG