If you require urgent or emergency medical assistance there are a number of options.
If you are uncertain please call 111 for advice.
Please only call a 999 ambulance for serious and life threatening conditions.
|Minor Accidents & Injuries||
The Minor Injuries Unit provides treatment for adults (over 16) for non life threatening injuries or illnesses, such as:
The unit cannot treat major injures to the chest and back, or any injury to the hips or thighs.
Location: B Floor, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Glossop Road, Sheffield S10 2JF
Tel: 0114 27 12 071
Emergency departments provide emergency care 24 hours per day for very serious or life threatening conditions.
Examples of an emergency is a situation where someone:
There are two emergency departments in Sheffield. One for adults and one for children.
Adults (over 16 years old)
Children (under 16 years old)
|Emergency Eye Service||
The emergency eye clinic is based at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital on Glossop Road and treats serious eye conditions where there is a threat to sight. For minor eye problems you should visit your pharmacy, optician or GP.
The emergency eye clinic is for adults only.
Hours 08:30am - 4:30pm Monday - Friday.