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FEMALE?  16-65 YEARS OLD?  DO YOU THINK YOU HAVE A URINE INFECTION?

YOUR LOCAL PHARMACY CAN ASSESS YOU NOW.  CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Minor Injuries Unit - Stobhill Hospital

The Minor Injuries Unit at Stobhill Hospital is open every day from 9am until 9pm. 

 

Who should go to the Minor Injuries Unit?
The unit can treat a range of minor injuries such as cuts, sprains, burns, and minor or possible fractures. 

The units are run by highly experienced Emergency Nurse Practitioners who will assess and either treat a minor injury or, if they find a more serious problem, arrange for you to be transferred to the appropriate department or clinician.

Children should be taken to The Children's Hospital, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.  Open 9am - 9pm daily.

DO NOT GO to the Minor Injuries Unit for gynaecological or pregnancy problems, alcohol or drugs issues, severe allergic reactions, chest pain, breathing problems, or collapse.

 

 
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