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Out of hours

Last year East Surrey Hospital had 74,354 patients attend the Emergency Department, less than half of those attendances ended with no further treatments or needing a follow up.

By choosing an alternative to the Emergency Department for minor injuries or illnesses you will allow the Emergency Department staff to look after people with serious or life-threatening conditions.

Finding your local health services

NHS 111

NHS 111 offers health advice and reassurance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Simply dial 111.

GP

To find a local GP to register with you can visit the NHS Choices website or contact NHS 111 (dial 111).

If you or someone you know needs medical help and your usual GP surgery is closed, contact NHS 111 (dial 111). You may receive guidance on self-management or you may be directed to your local out of hours service.

Local Walk-In Centres

Local Walk-In Centres 

Contact information

Opening hours

Caterham Minor Injuries Unit (MIU)

Caterham Dene Hospital
Church Road
Caterham CR3 5RA

tel. 01883 837512

9am – 8pm, seven days a week

For people aged 18 years and over

Crawley Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC)

Crawley Hospital West Green Drive Crawley 
RH11 7DH 
tel. 01293 600420

Open 24 Hours

Horsham Minor Injuries Unit

Horsham Hospital Hurst Road Horsham 
RH12 2DR 
tel. 01403 227000 Ext 7202

9am – 5pm Monday to Friday

Emergency Dental Line

tel. 0845 2712040

 

Patient Care 24 Urgent Care Centre

Mayday Road 
Croydon 
CR7 7YA 
tel. 0208 401 3645

6.30am – 8am Weekdays Weekends Friday 6.30pm – Monday 8am

Purley Urgent Care Centre

Purley Memorial Hospital 
856 Brighton Road 
Purley 
CR8 2YL 
tel. 0208 401 3238

8am – 8pm

East Grinstead, Queen Victoria Hospital Minor Injuries Unit (MIU)

Holtye Road 
East Grinstead 
RH19 3DZ
tel. 01342 414000

Monday - Sunday

Addington Minor Injuries Unit (MIU)

Parkway Health Centre
Parkway 
New Addington 
Croydon 
CR0 0JA 
tel. 0208 251 7225

Monday – Friday 2pm – 10pm Weekends 12pm – 10pm

A & E

The Emergency Department is located at East Surrey Hospital. It should only be used if you are seriously ill or it is an emergency.

Frequently asked questions about coming to A&E

If the treatment is the same everywhere, does it matter where I go?

Yes, because you will be treated more quickly if you go to the most appropriate place. In A&E, patients with the most urgent and life threatening conditions will always be seen first.

Some services are not provided in A&E. These include repeat prescriptions, emergency dental care, blood tests, travel vaccinations, dressing changes, removal of stitches and ear syringing.

If I get ill at night should I just go straight to A&E?

No, unless it’s an emergency or you are seriously unwell. A&E can be just as busy in the middle of the night so it is worth trying other services, such as your out-of-hours GP or NHS Direct.

When should I bring my child to A&E?

If you think your child is seriously unwell, has had a significant injury or you have been advised by your doctor. Otherwise, you should see your GP for advice and treatment. For minor infections and injuries you can attend an NHS Walk in Centre (NB: some walk-in centres will not treat children under the age of two).