Minor injuries banner

There are some revisions to the way minor injuries services in Portsmouth are being run and these take effect from Friday 1st July 2016. From that date St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre in Milton will have both doctors and nurses available to treat minor injuries or illness and anyone can go there. The walk-in service at Guildhall Walk Healthcare Centre (mainly for minor illnesses) will only be available to patients registered with a GP at the centre You can read about those changes here.

Minor injuries units (MIUs) like St Mary's can help you if your problem is not serious or life threatening. At St Mary's a team of highly skilled GPs and nurse practitioners  can offer treatment, advice and information and there's no need to make an appointment; just turn up during opening hours (see below). St Mary's Treatment Centre  treats minor injuries and minor illnesses. Local pharmacies can also offer advice on minor illnesses.

When should I go to an MIU?

If you have any of the following, going to an MIU should help you sort out your condition quickly and easily:

  • Cuts, grazes and lacerations
  • Sprains, strains and muscle injuries
  • Suspected broken limbs and bruising
  • Scalds and minor burns
  • Bites and stings
  • Infected wounds
  • Minor head injuries
  • Minor eye problems.

They can also prescribe a range of drugs and medicines and have X-ray suites available as well as assessment rooms and treatment cubicles for patients.

Where can I find a MIU?

  • St Mary's NHS Treatment Centre (0333 200 1822) Mon - Fri: 7.30am - 10pm. Weekends and Bank Holidays: 8am - 10pm (last admission is 9:30pm)
  • Gosport Minor Injuries Unit (023 9279 4753) 8am - 9pm every day
  • Petersfield Minor Injuries Unit (01730 263 221) 8am - 6pm every day (last admission is 5:45pm) **X-ray available 9am-1pm Monday-Friday, not weekends or Bank Holidays.

বাংলা|廣東話 [广东话]|ગુજરાતી|Polski|العربية

Powered by Sitekit