NHS Kernow bulletin

May 26, 2016 | News

NHS Kernow Clinical Commissioning Group have sent a bulletin regarding where you could be seen if you hurt yourself this bank holiday.
You don’t have to go to the emergency department to fix sprains and strains.
Don’t spend your bank holiday waiting in the emergency department to get sprains, strains and broken bones fixed – head straight for your nearest Minor Injury Unit (MIU) or Urgent Care Centre. Whether you’ve injured yourself with an over-enthusiastic football tackle in the park, or hammered your thumb doing the DIY, doctors and nurses there can treat you far quicker, leaving you to enjoy the rest of the long weekend.
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