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Spend Your Christmas With Crisis!

From the 25-26th at 10:00am until 5:30pm of December Crisis UK are hosting two fun filled days packed with 'Festive Cheer' and Christmas activities. Everything is completely free of charge and open to the homeless, vulnerably housed and isolated people which are 16 and over! Transport and delicious food are also provided. If you would like to find out more or arrange transport please contact the centre on 0191 222 0622, email them on, or just turn up on the days at Crisis Skylight Newcastle, 1-3 City Road, NE1 2AF. Merry Christmas to everyone!

Clinics & Services

home_examWe have X-ray, Ultrasound and Cardiac ECHO facilities on site; we will have a Telemedicine link with the hospital and we can perform certain blood tests here on-site.

Diagnostic tests

Your GP or nurse may refer you for Diagnostic Tests or to a Specialist Clinic. These are available for registered patients on referral by your GP.

Nurse Clinics

Nurse Practitioners

Our nurse practitioners provides specialist nursing care for all the patients who use the services of the health centre, walk in and registered.

Healthcare Assistant

Our healthcare assistant contributes to clinical care by undertaking a range of tasks such as taking blood, assisting in the management of chronic diseases, helping manage clinical supplies and giving influenza vaccinations.

Specialist clinics

Newcastle hospitals run several specialist clinics at our health centre, including Renal, Plastics, Scar review, Paediatrics, ADHD and ENT.

Smoking cessation drop-in clinic runs from 2.00pm till 4.00pm.

Child Health Clinic

Our Child Health Clinic is now held every Wednesday at 13:30. The health visitor, practice nurse and GP are present to see healthy children aged under 5 years. This is the clinic for children’s immunisations and developmental checks.

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