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Medical facilities

Medical Centre

The Medical Centre at ITC Catterick is one of the busiest military medical centres in the UK.

The high volume of recruits and the nature of infantry training means that there's a constant cycle of medicals and vaccinations, ailments and injuries.

Additionally, the Medical Centre provides primary health care and regular medicals to the large number of permanent military staff at ITC Catterick.

The Medical Centre does not provide a service to non-military staff or families.

Dental Centre

The Dental Centre at ITC Catterick is located at Helles Barracks. It has six surgeries and a mixed military and civilian staff providing a dental service to recruits and permanent military staff at ITC Catterick.

The Dental Centre does not provide a service to non-military staff or families.

Other medically-related facilities

Recruits at ITC Catterick participate in physically demanding activities during their training to become efficient and effective infantry soldiers. As a result, there are many training-related injuries and an effective process is required to aid the return to training of injured recruitss. Facilities available include:



ITC Catterick has the largest Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Department of any training unit in the British Army, with a Specialist Physiotherapist who ensures the best individual care and facilities that rival professional sports teams.

A full Rehabilitation Department is manned by Physio and specialist Army Physical Training Instructors, and caters for those who require more intensive therapy to enable them to return to full fitness and resume training.


Williams Rehabilitation Wing

Staff of the Williams Rehabilitation Wing work closely to provide the best management to each recruit within their care.

There are four Remedial Instructors and one Physiotherapist. On referral, each patient is prescribed an individual exercise programme, to concentrate on improving specific areas of weakness such as strength, flexibility, balance, cardiovascular fitness or posture.