Babies under the age of one with a minor injury should be taken to the
The MIU at the Vale will treat children aged one and above with minor injuries. They cannot treat illness such as rash, fever or sickness. The Vale will not treat babies under 1 year old with any condition.
Children aged one to five with minor injuries in Glasgow should be taken to
Minor Injuries Services are available in a number of locations. Use our postcode finder to see which is the right one for you.
You can attend your local Minor Injury Unit (MIU) to get urgent care for a minor injury if you live in the catchment area for the
Minor Injury 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 elsewhere.
They can treat a range of injuries including sprains, burns and simple fractures.
They do not provide treatment for illness, for example gynaecological or pregnancy problems, alcohol or drug issues, severe allergic reactions, chest pain, breathing problems or people who have collapsed.
You can find out more about how your Minor Injury Unit can help, view our video (contains audio, English subtitles and sign language):
Full details on the services provided by your MIU can be found on the following pages: