If you need medical help now, call NHS 111 or visit www.111.nhs.uk to find out which service is best for you.
NHS 111 can signpost you to the nearest service and, where appropriate, can book you an appointment at one of the urgent treatment centres in east Kent.
Urgent Treatment Centres
Urgent treatment centres provide treatment for minor injuries and illnesses that are urgent but not life threatening.
Urgent treatment centres are GP-led, open at least 12 hours a day (24 hours at the main hospital sites), and are equipped to diagnose and deal with many of the most common ailments people attend A&E for.
In a life-threatening emergency, please call 999.
Where are the Urgent Treatment Centres?
Click on the town/city below for information about each Urgent Treatment Centre.
Phone 111 to check if they are the right place for you.
Important message about social distancing
Urgent Treatment Centres need to comply with government guidelines on social distancing and provide safe environments for both patients and staff.
We are encouraging people to call NHS 111 to book an appointment ahead of visiting. This means you won’t have to wait at a centre for an appointment and it will help ensure the safety of everyone.
For information on how we are taking measures to reduce the number of people in our waiting areas, please see our Coronavirus information pages.