- Walk in service
- Specialist team of Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Consultants, Physio’s, Nurses and Radiologists
- Same day or rapid access to treatment
- Support in accessing your insurance cover for further intervention
Rapid Orthopaedic Care Centre is available to anyone that has suffered an orthopaedic injury or complaint. As a dedicated walk-in service, you will be guaranteed rapid access to expert help.
From an experienced triage team to inhouse diagnostics and expert consultants, HSSH is set up to see and treat a wide range of Orthopaedic issues.
Our aim is for you to receive rapid, bespoke care that enables you to get back to activity as quickly as possible.
On the day ROCC self pay fees:
- Initial Assessment – £100
- X-ray – £50
- Routine blood tests – £50
- Nurse treatment/dressings – £75
- Plaster application – £150
These fees only apply if the treatment or investigation happens on the day of the ROCC triage. If you have medical insurance, you might be able to claim back fees from your insurance provider, but you’ll need to pay on the day. Please check your individual policy.
Standard self-pay fees for onward treatment and care
You might need onward care, which we can provide. Here are some of the potential onward care services we provide:
- One Part MRI – £600
- Physiotherapy/hand therapy appointment – £130
- Consultant appointment – £250 – £350
Insurance available for treatment and diagnostics as well as onward physio and consultant appointments.
Standard self-pay rates are applicable after the ROCC triage.
The Rapid Orthopaedic Care Centre specialises in:
- Sports injuries
- Work related injuries
- Chronic pain
We are not able to see the following:
- Major trauma
- Head injuries including concussion
- Major burns
- Life threatening conditions
- Chest pains and shortness of breath
- Suspected strokes
- Under the influence of alcohol
- Mental health concerns
- Any non-orthopaedics urgent injuries or complaints
- Those under 18 years of age
- Covid-19 positive patient
For any life-threatening emergencies please call 999 or go to your nearest Accident and Emergency.