• Llandrindod Wells Memorial Hospital - Minor Injury Unit

    Temple Street

    Llandrindod Wells

    LD1 5HF

    Tel: 01597 828735

    Disabled Access: Yes

    Website: http://pthb.nhs.wales/services/urgent-care-services/choose-minor-injury-unit/

    Summary

    Please note: the MIU prefers for contact to be made prior to attending to obtain an appointment.  Patients are required to contact the hospital and they will be called back by a member of the MIU team and offered a telephone consultation.  If they need to be seen, they will be provided with a designated clinic time.  Patients to call: 01597 828735. 


    Is this service available in Welsh?: The Health Board welcomes correspondence and telephone calls in Welsh or English. The website can also be translated into Welsh by clicking 'Cymraeg' on the desired webpage.


    Out Of Hours Access Arrangements: Can refer patients to the nearest open MIU when this MIU is closed, or patients can be seen in their nearest Emergency Department if urgent.

    Last Updated: 23 May 2024 15:01 by NHS 111 Wales

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  • Normal Opening Hours

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    Monday7.00am10.00pm
    Tuesday7.00am12.00am
    Wednesday7.00am12.00am
    Thursday7.00am10.00pm
    Friday7.00am10.00pm
    Saturday7.00am5.00pm
    Sunday7.00am10.00pm

    What will be seen

    Type of InjuryYes/NoMore Information
    Abdominal InjuryNo
    Airway ProblemNo
    AssaultYesMinor Injuries only with no loss of consciousness
    Back InjuryYesMinor injuries only & cannot x-ray spines
    Bites & StingsYesExcluding severe reactions
    Burns & ScaldsYesLess than 3% of body area & minor only
    Chest InjuriesYesCannot x-ray chest
    Chest PainNo
    Ear InjuryYes
    Eye InjuryYes
    Facial InjuryYesMinor injuries only as cannot x-ray facial bones. There must be no loss of consciousness but potential facial fractures can be seen
    FallsYesSimple mechanical or slips
    Removal of Foreign BodiesYes
    Head InjuriesYesMinor only with no loss of consciousness & no patients on anticoagulation medication
    Hip/Groin InjuryNo
    Limb InjuryYes
    Mental HealthNo
    Mouth/Dental InjuriesYes Cannot x-ray facial bones or mouth and dental injuries will not be seen. Lip lacerations can be seen
    Neck InjuriesYesMinor injuries without midline tenderness or neurological changes
    Overdose/PoisoningNo
    Pelvic InjuriesNo
    Sprains/Fractures of LimbsYesNo neurovascular compromise or limb deformity
    Transport InjuryYesNot high impact
    WoundsYes
  • Services Offered

    Service does: Access to Language Line or Translation Service
    Service does: Age Restrictions
    No one under 2 years old to be seen at the MIU and cannot x-ray under 5 years old
    Service does: Bank Holiday
    Service does: Disabled Parking / Drop Off
    Service does: Emergency Contraception (Free)
    Service does: Minor Injury Unit
    Service does: Nursing Staff Able To Prescribe
    Under PGD Guidelines but limited
    Service does: Plastering
    Service does: Suturing
    Service does: Tetanus Vaccination
    Following an injury or wound
    Service does: X-Rays
    Available Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm
    Service does not: 24 Hour Availability
    Service does not: Manipulation Of Fractures Dislocation

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