Our Emergency Department is extremely busy. 

If you need medical care or advice that is urgent but not an immediate, genuine emergency, please visit https://111.nhs.uk/ or call 111 first so trained NHS 111 advisors can tell you the best place to be seen quickly.

Please remember there is also the Urgent Treatment Centre at Seaton House, NG2 4LA.

Fracture Clinic

The fracture clinic at the Treatment Centre (opposite the Queen's Medical Centre) sees a wide range of patients with different fractures and at different stages of their treatment.

The team arranges tests such as X-rays and other scans plus any treatment needed such as wound care, fitting plaster casts and splints or surgery. Some patients may need to visit the clinic several times.

 

If you think you have a broken bone

The three most common signs of a broken bone are:

  • Pain
  • Swelling
  • Deformity

However, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether a bone is broken. More detailed guidance is available on the NHS website.

If you think you have broken a bone you should seek medical help as soon as possible. You can get advice at any time by calling NHS 111 or for serious injuries go to the Emergency Department.

Contact us and find us

Contact us

If you need to get in touch about any issues or to check appointments, please call Tel: 0115 924 9924 Ext: 81260 between 8am and 8pm, Monday to Friday

Outside of those times please call NHS 111 for advice.

Opening times

Fracture clinic will be open 8am – 5pm Monday – Thursday, and 8am-4pm on Friday’s.

The doors to fracture clinic will be closed outside these hours. Access to the hospital will be via the Main Entrance on B Floor.

Location

Treatment Centre (Gateway B)

The Treatment Centre is opposite the Queen's Medical Centre.

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

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