Emergency, Rapid Access and Urgent Care Services

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Here are the emergency services in Camden, as well as urgent and rapid access clinics covering a range of conditions.

For patients currently experiencing stroke symptoms, dial 999 and the ambulance service will take the patient to the nearest Hyper-acute Stroke Unit (HASU) immediately. For Camden patients, this will normally be UCLH. Aspirin should not be given.


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Accident & Emergency

Local Accident & Emergency contact information for all urgent medical, surgical and psychiatric problems in adults and children

DVT Investigations

Suspected DVT investigations at Royal Free

Early Intervention Service (EIS)

For people who have presented to specialist mental health services with first episode of psychosis

Early Pregnancy Units

Diagnostics and treatment for women experiencing gynaecological problems in early stages of pregnancy

Emergency Ophthalmology – Moorfields

Moorfields A&E for patients with urgent, sight-threatening problems

Emergency Ophthalmology – Royal Free

Emergency eye care at Royal Free

Emergency Ophthalmology – Western Eye Hospital

Emergency eye care at Western Eye Hospital

ENT Urgent Referral Clinic

Based at RNTNE for severe conditions

Fracture Clinics

Where to refer patients following an A&E visit for fracture

Mental Health Crisis Resolution Teams

Home-based assessment and treatment for urgent mental health problems

Out-of-hours GP Cover

Urgent care NHS 111 and GP out-of-hours service

Paediatrics, Urgent and Rapid Access

Urgent, secondary care, paediatric referral information

Podiatry Hot Clinic

Emergency clinic for patients with acute diabetic foot disorders

Rapid Access Chest Pain Clinics (RACPC)

For patients with new or worsening symptoms of IHD

Rapid Access Early Inflammatory Arthritis

Rapid access clinics for early inflammatory arthritis, particularly suspected rheumatoid arthritis

Rapid Response Admission Avoidance

Supporting patients managed in community but at risk of admission to hospital to remain in their home

Suspected Cancer Two-week Referrals

Urgent, two-week referrals for suspected cancer


For those with, or at risk of, transient ischaemic attack

TREAT HOT Clinic at the RFH

Promote and facilitate safe discharge from A&E for complex, frail and elderly patients