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Minor Injury Units (MIUs) and Urgent Treatment Centres (UTCs) should be contacted if you need prompt advice or treatment for minor injuries and illnesses. The NHS website provides an overview of the conditions these services can treat.

It is best to try NHS 111 first to book an appointment or arrival time at the nearest service to you.


Urgent Treatment Centre, High Wycombe: walk-in or contact NHS 111. Open 8am-8pm every day. 


Minor Injury Unit, Abingdon: walk in or contact NHS 111. Open 10am-10.30pm daily.

Minor Injury Unit, Henley: walk-in or contact NHS 111.

Minor Injury Unit, Witney: walk-in or contact NHS 111. Open 10am-10.30pm daily.

Chipping Norton Health Centre: contact NHS 111. Open 5pm-9pm week days, and 10am–9pm weekends and Bank Holidays. 

Bicester Community Hospital: walk-in 6pm-11pm weekdays, and 8.30am-11pm weekends and Bank Holidays.

Berkshire West

Urgent Care Centre, Reading: contact NHS 111. Open 8am-8pm daily. Walk-in patients will be seen if appointments are available.

Urgent Care Centre, Bracknell: contact NHS 111. Open 8am-8pm daily.

Minor Injury Unit, Thatcham: contact NHS 111. Open 8am-10pm daily.


Emergency Departments (A&E) and 999 are for life threatening emergencies.

If you have a serious or life-threatening emergency – such as severe bleeding, breathing difficulties or chest pain – please dial 999 or go to your local A&E department.

If you come to an emergency department (A&E) for health concerns that aren’t an emergency you may face a very long wait as priority is given to patients with the most urgent clinical need.


Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Mandeville Road, Aylesbury, HP21 8AL


John Radcliffe Hospital, Headley Way, Headington, Oxford, OX3 9DU

Horton General Hospital, Oxford Road, Banbury, OX16 9AL

Berkshire West

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Centre Block, Craven Road, Reading, RG1 5AN 

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