Urgent Care

Telephone Advice for Urgent Admission Avoidance - only available via an N3 connection 

Paediatrics
Urgent same day referrals: admit to CAU, ward 18 junction 8 YDH, Monday - Friday 9am-9pm.
Switchboard 01904 631313
  • Bleep SHO 699 for admissions to CAU
  • Bleep registrar 602 for advice re. Management
Consider need for ambulance transport
 
N.B. suspected testicular torsion referrals go directly to urology; suspected appendicitis to Paediatrics (CAU)
    Ambulatory Care Unit  
    • Conditions accepted onto the unit:
      • Anaemia
      • Cellulitis
      • Chest pain: Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) to be ruled out
      • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
      • Electrolyte disturbance
      • First seizure/syncope
      • Headache suspected Giant Cell Arteritis (GCA)/Temporal Arteritis
      • Palpitation (Arrhythmia)/Atrial Fibrillation (AF)
      • Pulmonary Embolism (PE)
      • Pneumonia/lower respiratory tract infection/asthma exacerbation
    • Click here for full service details/exclusion criteria and referral guidance
      Community Services
      Minor Injury Units (MIUs)
      • Selby Minor Injury Unit (MIU) - 01904 724305
        • Opening Hours 8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including Bank Holidays
      • Malton Minor Injury Unit (MIU) - 01653 693041
        • Opening hours between 9am and 8pm
        • Malton Urgent Care Centre is open between 9am and 8pm for patients with urgent care needs including minor illness and injuries. Patients can call NHS 111 and be booked into an appointment during these times, or drop-in and wait to be seen without the need for an appointment.
          Outside of these times patients are encouraged to call NHS111 who can assess the patient’s symptoms and arrange for them to see a GP if appropriate.
      Emergency Eye Referrals to Hospital 
       
      Primary Care ENT Clinic 
       
      Safeguarding
      City of York Council (CYC)
      Medical Emergencies - NICE Guidance