What does this service provide?

Who we are 

We are a team of nurses, associate practitioners and healthcare assistants who provide acute, chronic and complex care in a clinic environment to patients over the age of 18 who are registered with a GP surgery in Crawley. 

What we do 

We provide acute, chronic and complex care, including: 

  • post-operative wounds 
  • pressure sores 
  • application of topical negative pressure 
  • leg ulcers 
  • sutures / clips removal 
  • dressings to burns / scalds (following assessment) 

Appointment information

Appointment types 

Planned Treatment Centres are an appointment-only service.         

When patients attend their first appointment, they will receive a full assessment.  A wound review will be carried out if required and a treatment plan specific to the patient will be agreed. 

Future appointments will be scheduled and during these appointments, progress or deterioration will be monitored and if necessary, ongoing specialist referrals will be made. After you have been discharged from our service, you can re-refer yourself should you have any further complications. 

Who you'll see 

You will be seen by a member of our team, and this may be an associate practitioner, a nurse or a healthcare assistant. 

How can I access this service?

Our Planned Treatment Centre is a self-referral service which is only available to patients registered with a Crawley GP. 

How can I contact this service?

Contact details
Telephone: 01293 301 011
Where to find us
Address: Crawley Planned Treatment Centre, Red Wing, Crawley Hospital, West Green Drive, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 7DH

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Opening hours

We are open Monday to Saturday from 7:45am to 6:00pm. We accept our last patient at 5:30pm

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