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Please try to keep the car park free for Ambulances and Blue Badge holders.  The Walk in Centre accepts no responsibility for any damage that may be caused whilst using the car park. 

We are open from 8.00am to 8.00pm at weekends and  on ALL Bank Holidays!

(Last appointment 7.45)

Salisbury Walk in Health Centre has been rated as
By the Care Quality Commission



During your care, a clinician may need to examine you.  Occasionally this may involve an examination of intimate areas.  We at the walk in centre understand that this can be stressful and embarrassing. 


If this sort of examination is necessary:

  • we will explain to you why the examination is necessary and give you the opportunity to ask questions

  • we will explain what the examination will involve

  • we will obtain your permission before any examination is carried out

  • you will be offered a chaperone to be present during the examination

  • at all times we will respect your privacy, both during the examination and whilst dressing and undressing


Please ask at reception if you would like a chaperone present during your examination.


What is a  Chaperone?

A chaperone is a person who has a role to witness both a patient and a medical practitioner and to be a safeguard for both parties during an examination or procedure.  The exact role of a chaperone will vary according to the clinical situation.

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