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MINOR INJURIES AND ILLNESS UNIT

 

MINOR INJURIES AND ILLNESS UNIT

 

The Minor Injuries and Illness Unit offers a wider range of treatments and urgent care services such as stitching wounds, applying casts, treating burns and taking X-rays.  The unit is open seven days a week from 8am to 8pm and led by staff with both nursing and medical backgrounds with enhanced skills, enabling them to see, treat and discharge patients independently.

No appointment is necessary and the service aims to see and start patients' treatments within 45 minutes of their arrival.

 

Minor injuries and Illness Unit

City Care Centre

Thorpe Road

Peterborough

PE3 6DB

 

Minor Injuries and Illness Units can treat:

  •  cuts and grazes
  • ear throat infections
  • sprains and strains
  • broken bones
  • wound infecitons
  • minor burns and scalds
  • minor head injuries
  • insect and animal bites
  • minor eye injuries
  • injuries to the back, shoulder, chest

 

Minor Injuries and Illness Units can not treat:

  • chest pains
  • breathing difficulties
  • major injuries
  • problems usually dealt wit by a GP
  • stomach pains
  • gynaecological pains
  • pregnancy problems
  • allergic reaction
  • overdoes
  • alcohol -related problems
  • mental health problems
  • conditions likely to require hospital admission

 

 



 
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