At the Royal South Hants Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) we provide fast, convenient and expert care for any NHS patient with a minor injury or illness that is not life/limb threatening.
Our team of skilled UTC practitioners and GP’s can offer treatment, advice and information for a range of minor injuries. Our waiting times can be considerably less than emergency departments and if we are unable to help, we can refer or direct you to the most appropriate service.
Patients are treated in order of priority rather than order of attendance.
Call NHS 111 before visiting us to get an appointment at a specific time.
*Please note that we are unable to provide clinical advice over the telephone. Calls may be recorded for quality and training purposes.
Monday – Friday: 7.30am – 10.00pm
Weekends and Bank Holidays: 8.00am – 10.00pm
Last patient accepted at 9.30pm
The UTC is open to all NHS patients, no appointments required.
Royal South Hants Hospital
Level B, Brintons Terrace
We are located at the Royal South Hants Hospital. The entrance can be found adjacent to car park F, to the left of the main entrance on level B.
Please do not call Southampton NHS Treatment Centre with enquiries about Royal South Hants Urgent Treatment Centre. The centre is based in a different part of the hospital and cannot help with UTC enquiries. In the first instance please read our FAQs.
For adults and children, we are able to:
We can also treat the following:
For immediate, life-threatening emergencies, call 999.
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