Minor Injury waiting times

Torbay Hospital’s Emergency Department (A&E) can be a busy place. If you have a minor injury or condition which you feel needs medical attention, but is not an emergency, it may be quicker to be seen at one of our Minor Injuries Units (MIU).

For examples of the type of injuries and conditions best treated at MIUs please see our Minor Injuries Units page. This page also includes information on location, opening times, x-ray availability, as well as those injuries and conditions that cannot be treated at MIUs. Alternatively, you can visit NHS Choices’ A-Z of health conditions and treatments.

If you’re not sure which service is best for you please phone 111 for guidance.

Please be aware the waiting times and number of waiting patients displayed is updated every five minutes and may have changed by the time you arrive at the unit.*

Waiting times last updated at 18 October 2017 at 8:30am | Refresh page


Dawlish Community Hospital
Minor Injuries Unit

8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays

Current longest waiting time to see a MIU practitioner

9min

Current number of patients waiting to be seen

0 patients

Total number of patients in the department

1 patient

Contact details, facilities and maps

Address:
Dawlish Community Hospital MIU, Barton Terrace, Dawlish, EX7 9DH
Tel:
01626 868500
MIU opening hours:
8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays
X-ray opening hours:
1.30pm - 5pm, Monday to Friday
Facilities:
Car parking, Disabled WC, Induction loop, Step free access.
Further information:
Dawlish Community Hospital

Newton Abbot Community Hospital
Minor Injuries Unit

8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays

Current longest waiting time to see a MIU practitioner

5min

Current number of patients waiting to be seen

1 patient

Total number of patients in the department

1 patient

Contact details, facilities and maps

Address:
Newton Abbot Community Hospital MIU, West Golds Road, Jetty Marsh, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2SL
Tel:
01626 324500
MIU opening hours:
8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays
X-ray opening hours:
9am - 5pm, 7 days a week
Facilities:
Car parking (free parking for registered carers), Cycle parking, Disabled parking, Induction loop, Wheelchair access, Step free access, Shop and café in main foyer area.
Further information:
Newton Abbot Community Hospital

Torbay Hospital
Emergency Department

24 hours, 7 days a week, including bank holidays

Current longest waiting time to see a MIU practitioner

2hr 5min

Current number of patients waiting to be seen

0 patients

Total number of patients in the department

8 patients

Contact details, facilities and maps

Address:
Torbay Hospital Emergency Department, Lowes Bridge, Torquay, TQ2 7AA
Tel:
0300 456 8000 (local rate) or 01803 614567
Opening hours:
24 hours, 7 days a week, including bank holidays
Facilities:
Braille translation service, Car parking (free parking for registered carers), Cycle parking, Disabled parking, Disabled WC, Induction loop, Wheelchair access, Step free access, Signing service, Chapel service, Restaurants, snack bars and shops.
Further information:
Torbay Hospital

Totnes Community Hospital
Minor Injuries Unit

8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays

Current longest waiting time to see a MIU practitioner

0min

Current number of patients waiting to be seen

0 patients

Total number of patients in the department

0 patients

Contact details, facilities and maps

Address:
Totnes Community Hospital MIU, Coronation Road, Totnes, TQ9 5GH
Tel:
01803 862622
MIU opening hours:
8am – 8pm, 7 days a week, including bank holidays
X-ray opening hours:
  • 9am - 1pm, Monday to Friday
Facilities:
Braille translation service, Car parking (free parking for registered carers), Cycle parking, Disabled parking, Disabled WC, Induction loop, Wheelchair access, Step free access, Signing service, Shopping facilities within walking distance.
Further information:
Totnes Community Hospital

* The 'current number of patients waiting to be seen' refers to the number of patients waiting to be fully assessed.

The 'current longest waiting time' refers to the current waiting time to be seen and fully assessed by a nurse/paramedic MIU practitioner. Once you are seen by a nurse or paramedic MIU practitioner you may still have to wait several hours for treatment, especially when the department is busy.

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