Urgent Care Unit
Accessing the Urgent Care Unit
The Urgent Care Unit is for patients of Brackley Medical Centre ONLY who have a new, urgent medical issue that requires treating on the day.
If you have access to the internet, the easiest way to contact the Urgent Care Unit is by submitting an online query by clicking this link: https://florey.accurx.com/p/K83049. There is a brief form to fill in regarding your medical problem. This will enable the Urgent Care Team to appropriately triage your request and ensure the correct clinican deals with your concern.
If you are unable to use online access you are still able to call us on 01280 702436.
Patients for the Urgent Care Unit will receive a telephone call or a text message from one of our clinicians in the first instance. In most cases this will provide a solution to the problem but it may also involve signposting you to another service (eg pharmacy, physiotherapy, self care, routine GP appointment) if this is more appropriate. If we need to see you, we will arrange a face to face appointment at the surgery.
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS NOT A WALK-IN CLINIC
The Urgent Care Unit Team
The Urgent Care Unit is staffed by our team of Advanced Care Practitioners, all of whom have a prescribing qualification.
Clare joined the ambulance service in 2005 as a paramedic and joined BMC as and advanced paramedic in 2017. Clare now manages the Urgent Care Unit team, is qualified in non-medical prescribing at masters level and has advanced skills in both minor illness and injury. Clare has a special interest in dermatology.
Abi studied pharmacology at Bath University and then went on to study adult nursing at Cardiff University, qualifying in 2017 as a registered nurse. Abi came to BMC in 2018 after working on the transplant unit at the Churchill. Abi is qualified in non-medical prescribing at masters level and has advanced skills in both minor illness and injury. Abi’s main area of interest is women’s health issues.
Tara qualified from Oxford Brookes 2013 and joined BMC in 2020 following a senior role in district nursing. Tara has an interest in respiratory disease and management. Tara is qualified in non-medical prescribing at masters level and has skills in advanced history taking.
Laura studied human nutrition at Lincoln University and then went on to study adult nursing at Northampton University in 2017. Laura joined BMC in 2021 after working as an advanced nurse practitioner in the community. Laura is qualified in non-medical prescribing at masters level and has skills in advanced clinical assessment.