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COVID-19 update:  Our hospital is still fully open for appointments and admissions, however visitors are not permitted.

Private Walk-In Urgent Care Centre For Adults & Children From Age One

Located at the entrance at the entrance of St John & St Elizabeth, Casualty First is open 5 days a week for walk in urgent care and offers easy access to experienced A&E doctors.

Self pay urgent care

We offer a self pay service for minor accidents, injuries and illnesses, allowing patients, including children from the age of one year, to avoid NHS queues.

Here at Casualty First we pride ourselves on providing the same friendly, five star family service our patients have come to know at St John & St Elizabeth Hospital, with the same ultimate standards of care.

This is a walk-in urgent care centre and if you think you may be experiencing a heart attack or stroke, please phone 999 or go to A&E.

Our charity

The Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth is a charity, meaning every time you visit here for treatment you are helping someone less fortunate than yourself.

Our aim is to help care for the sick, whilst putting back profits from our world-renowned organisation to fund our on-site hospice and clinics. Our key objectives are to make sure that patients receive the support and treatment they need in an environment that is safe and secure, offering the very highest standards of care to whoever seeks it.

As a charity, we must operate on a not-for-profit basis and our assets are used for charitable purposes.

Careers

Whether you’re looking for clinical, corporate or operations roles, take the next step in your career at St John & St Elizabeth hospital.

We pride ourselves on the family-feeling we have at the Hospital and the development and happiness of our staff. We want to give you the opportunity to work in a feel-good environment that provides you with the opportunity to develop your expertise.

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