Alert: ESCALATION

We are at capacity and no longer accepting patients this evening.

If you need medical attention this evening please call 111 or use their online service.

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Norwich Walk-in Centre

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Norwich Walk-in Centre is a prescribing nurse-led operation.  Its purpose is to assist members of the public with acute minor illness and injury when the patient is unable to access their own surgery.  The Walk-in Centre is not able to assist with serious illness or injury, chronic conditions or conditions that require further investigation or referral.  We do not have the facilities to x-ray, scan or syringe ears and are not able to request blood tests.

If you require non-emergency medical advice outside of the Walk-in Centre’s opening hours, please call 111.

If 111 has advised you to attend the Walk-in Centre, this does not override any of the conditions annotated on this website.

Walk-in Centre
| Norwich
Public Consultation

Fantastic News! The Walk-in Centre will remain open with no changes to its services.  Thank you for all your support in making this happen. 

You can read more about this decision here.  

Phlebotomy

The Centre operates a Walk-in clinic for phlebotomy for patients who have a blood (ICE) form with them.

Location and parking

Our address is Rouen House, Rouen Road, Norwich NR1 1RB.  Our nearest car park is Rouen Road Car Park, approximately 50 metres away. The car park is all on ground level and requires pre-payment.  The car park accepts card payments.  There is also meter parking along Rouen Road and Ber Street which accepts change.  Disabled bays are available in both car parks and road parking.

Coronavirus information

Although the wearing of masks is no longer mandatory we will request that you wear a mask if you have respiratory symptoms and are waiting to be clinically assessed.

Likewise, if you have confirmed respiratory symptoms and are attending the Walk-in Centre you will be asked to wear a mask.

Face masks will continue to be available for those staff, visitors and patients who prefer to wear them in areas where they are not required.

The UKHSA has also published public health guidance on living safely with respiratory infections, including COVID-19.

Norwich Practices Health Centre

If you were looking for the GP Practice please go to Norwich Practices Health Centre