Royal South Hants Minor Injuries Unit
Royal South Hants Minor Injuries Unit

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Came to Soton MIU today for an X-ray. In and out in under an hour. Staff all very professional and supportive. Thanks team.
Jason Lee, March, 2016
Thank you very much to the MIU team at RSH where I took my daughter this morning. Short waiting time, seen very promptly (half an hour less than the quoted waiting time), looked after by a great nurse. What a great service! Thank you.
Jennifer Cottam, March, 2016
I would like to thank all those who very kindly helped me after I fell heavily on 19 December. I fell close to St Mary's Stadium and the staff at the Stadium First Aid Centre telephoned for an ambulance to take me to the MIU of the Royal South Hants Hospital. A very kind and helpful man called Mark Ainsworth Smith was present at the stadium. The two ambulance men were called David and Michael and they, too were helpful, cheerful and kind. At the MIU I was seen by a Triage Nurse (but didn't get his name) and I was also seen by a Senior Nurse called Martin, who arranged an x-ray and then informed me of the multiple breaks to my right shoulder. All the staff were very jolly and understanding and it is clear you run an excellent unit - many congratulations and even more thanks. The reason this message is coming so late is the injury was to my right shoulder and as I am right-handed I have been unable to use my right arm until recently.
George Nimmo, February, 2016
Attended the Minor Injuries Unit for the dressing clinic last weekend and they were amazing! Very caring offering lots of help and support. I cannot fault the care I received.
Emma Finn, January, 2016
I attended your clinic a few months ago for a metal splinter in my finger. It was very painful and swollen, your staff were first class thank you.
Steve Pancaldi about Royal South Hants Minor Injuries Unit, August, 2015

 

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