Following conversations with our communities about urgent healthcare services, we brought all urgent care together in 2019. This includes Urgent Treatment Centres at Colchester Hospital and Clacton Hospital. There is also an Urgent Treatment Centre (Minor Injuries Only) at Fryatt Hospital, Harwich.
This service is provided by the East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust (ESNEFT) – the Trust that runs Colchester and Ipswich hospitals. You can get more information about this service, including locations and opening times, on the ESNEFT website.
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If your GP has told you that you need a blood test, you can have your blood taken at either Colchester Primary Care Centre or Clacton Hospital. This phlebotomy (blood test) service is provided by an organisation called GP Primary Choice. Get more information about how to get a blood test in Colchester or Tendring via the GP Primary Choice website.
If you are a patient currently receiving care from ESNEFT (the Trust that runs Colchester and Ipswich hospitals), and need to arrange to have a blood test, you can get more information on blood tests via the ESNEFT website.
Choosing the most appropriate service could mean getting the help you need, faster. And by doing so, you’ll be supporting the NHS to work at its best. Urgent Treatment and Minor Injury centres can help with non-life-threatening injuries and conditions, such as:
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