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Urgent Care

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Urgent Care
with Siete Care

We offer a family like approach to urgent care, tailored to each clients needs, with compassionate carers who provide both physical and emotional support

CQC has inspected and rated Siete Care Good
CQC has rated Siete Care 'Good'
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Urgent care: here whenever you need us

At Siete Care, we believe that everyone deserve to experience the joy of living, regardless of their age or ability. We offer a wide range of specialised urgent care services to help our clients reach their full potential and maintain their self-determination.

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We understand that independence is important to our clients, and we are committed to helping them have a safe and meaningful life, while also respecting their autonomy.


We also offer specialised urgent care services for clients with specific needs, such as dementia, Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and stroke. We personalise our care plans to meet the unique needs of each client, and we are always prepared to make adjustments to our services as needed.

CQC has inspected and rated Siete Care Good

Could you benefit from Urgent Care?

  • Am I experiencing any pain or discomfort?

  • Do I have any cuts, bruises, or burns?

  • Do I have any difficulty breathing or swallowing?

  • Am I experiencing any changes in my vision or hearing?

  • Am I feeling lightheaded or dizzy?

  • Am I having any trouble sleeping?

  • Have I lost or gained weight unexpectedly?

  • Do I have any changes in my appetite or bowel habits?

If you answer "yes" to any of these questions then Urgent Care is the best option for you. Arrange a call with our team today!

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Quality Urgent Care, Not a second late

Your Urgent Care Questions | Answers

When should I go to urgent care?

Urgent care is a good option for non-life-threatening illnesses and injuries that need immediate attention, but are not severe enough to require an emergency room visit. 

What is the difference between emergency care and Urgent care?

Urgent care is designed for people who have a non-life-threatening illnesses or injuries, emergency care will usually deal with life threatening illnesses or injuries.

How much does urgent care cost?

The costs associated with urgent care varies depending on a number of factors, including the client's location, the level of care required, and the number of hours of care needed per day.

You can find out more by consulting our team

What are the Benefits of Urgent care?

Urgent care in the home offers a number of benefits, including:

Convenience: Clients can receive care in the comfort of their own homes, which, can be especially beneficial for clients with mobility challenges.

Improved outcomes: studies have shown that clients who receive urgent care in the home are more likely to have positive outcomes, such as reduced hospitalisation and improved quality of life.

How can I find a domiciliary care service that offers urgent care?

Clients can find a domiciliary care service that offers urgent care by searching online or contacting their local health department. Clients should also ask their doctor or other healthcare providers for recommendations.

Or by consulting our team

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We are happy to help you with your best life!

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