Please seek help as soon as you start to feel unwell, to prevent your conditions from becoming more serious. 

Your local pharmacist or NHS 111 can help decide whether you need to see a health professional 

If you can't wait to see a GP, please contact one of the local services listed below which don't require an appointment. 

Ask a pharmacist Call NHS 111 Walk in to Carfax NHS Medical Centre Visit the Urgent Care Centre VIsit Chippenham Minor Injury Unit Visit Cirencester Minor Injury Unit Call 999 NHS Choices


Get advice if you start to feel unwell.

The earlier the better.

See: NHS pharmacy services explained

NHS 111

When you need advice or are unsure of which service is best. 

In addition to the telephone service, NHS 111 is now available online.

See: NHS 111


NHS website

Use the NHS website to find detailed information on an extensive range of illnesses and injuries. 


Walk-in Centre

When: Monday - Sunday, 8am - 6pm

Where: Swindon NHS Health Centre, Islington Street, SN1 2DQ

Call: 01793 607890

See: NHS walk-in centres

See also: State-of-the-art health centre arrives in Swindon

Urgent Care Centre

When: Monday - Sunday, 7am - 12am

Where: Great Western Hospital, Marlborough Road, SN3 6BB

See: Minor injuries units and urgent care centres.

See also: Urgent Care Centre.

Chippenham Minor Injury Unit

When: Monday - Sunday, 7am - 11pm

Where: Chippenham Community Hospital, SN15 2AJ

Call: 01249 456403

See:  Minor injuries units and urgent care centres

Cirencester Minor Injury Unit

When: Monday - Sunday, 8am - 11pm

Where: Cirencester Hospital, GL7 1UY

Call: 0300 421 6351

See:  Minor injuries units and urgent care centres

SUCCESS clinics (including Children and Young Person's SUCCESS clinic)

Same-day GP and nurse appointments for urgent medical conditions. 

When: Monday - Sunday, 8am - 8pm 

Where: Moredon Medical Centre, Moredon Road, Swindon, SN2 2JG or Swindon NHS Health Centre, Islington Street, Swindon, SN1 2DQ

Call: Patients are advised to book a SUCCESS appointment through their registered GP practice


If someone is seriously ill or injured or you think their life may be at risk, call 999 or visit the Emergency Department at the Great Western Hospital.