Hospitals and Health Clinics in Reading
Hospitals and Clinics provide acute and specialist services to people within Reading and surrounding communities.
If you are injured or ill, the NHS provides a range of services to help you get well. You can get better, faster treatment by choosing the NHS service that can best treat your symptoms.
This advice will ensure you get the right treatment in the right healthcare setting and reduce the demand on our A&E so that they can help those people in most need – people with emergency or lift threatening conditions including chest pain or blood loss, or who are blacking out or choking.
Make an appointment with your local GP when you have an illness or injury that will not go away, including persistent vomiting, ear pain, stomach ache or back ache. Get the treatment you need at a convenient time and place and reduce the demand on our emergency services. Registering is free and means you can make an appointment with a doctor for medical advice, examinations and prescriptions. For help finding your nearest GP, use the online search on www.nhs.uk or call 0300 311 22 33. If you need to see a GP urgently when your practice is closed, call 111 for fast medical advice
Circle Reading Hospital
A modern hospital with some of Berkshire's leading consultants, offering a wide range of services and a state-of-the-art physical and neurological rehabilitation unit.
Berkshire Independent Hospital
The Berkshire Independent Hospital is one of Berkshire’s leading private hospitals with an excellent reputation for delivering high quality healthcare, treatments and services. Extensive expertise in providing surgical and non surgical treatments across over 80 speciality areas.