Urgent Care Waiting Times

Patients with life-threatening or serious conditions should go to the Emergency Department. 

The Minor Injury Unit is an alternative when an injury is not considered life-threatening, but still requires urgent treatment. They can see a range of minor injuries and minor illnesses and can typically see you within two hours.

Emergency Department

Emergency Department

ED Waiting Times

Last updated:

    1. Current longest waiting time to see a doctor

      125minutes
    1. Current number of patients waiting to be seen

      22patients
    1. Total number of patients in the department

      46patients

MIU Cumberland Centre

MIU Cumberland Centre
 

Average number of attendances

86 (per day)

Average time to see a healthcare member of staff

25 minutes

Average minutes from arrival to departure

110 minutes

Open: Everyday (08:30 - 21:00)

X-ray available: Everyday (09:00 - 20:45)

Conditions treated and directions

MIU Tavistock

MIU Tavistock
 

Average number of attendances

18 (per day)

Average time to see a healthcare member of staff

10 minutes

Average minutes from arrival to departure

36 minutes

Open: Everyday (08:00 - 22:00)

X-ray available: Monday-Friday (09:00 - 17:00)

Conditions treated and directions

MIU South Hams

MIU South Hams
 

Average number of attendances

14 (per day)

Average time to see a healthcare member of staff

25 minutes

Average minutes from arrival to departure

49 minutes

Open: Everyday (09:00 - 17:00)

X-ray available: Monday-Friday (09:00 - 17:00)

Conditions treated and directions

Other Minor Injury Units

Please note there are also MIUs in Totnes, Newton Abbot, Liskeard and Launceston.

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