Minor Injury waiting times

RD & E Hospital’s Emergency Department (A&E) can be a busy place. If you have a minor injury or condition which you feel needs medical attention, but is not an emergency, it may be quicker to be seen at one of our Minor Injuries Units (MIU).

To help you choose the appropriate NHS service, an overview of your options and what you can expect can be found here. Alternatively, you can visit NHS Choices’ A-Z of health conditions and treatments.

If you’re not sure which service is best for you please phone 111 for guidance.

Please be aware the waiting times and number of waiting patients displayed is updated every five minutes and may have changed by the time you arrive at the unit*.

Waiting times last updated on Aug 20 2017 10:35AM  | Refresh page

Honiton Hospital
Minor Injuries Unit
Current longest waiting time to see a doctor/nurse Current number of patients waiting to be seen Total number of patients in the department View on map
8am - 10pm: 7 days a week: including bank holidays 27 min 1 patient 1 patient
RD&E Wonford
Emergency Department
Current longest waiting time to see a doctor/nurse Current number of patients waiting to be seen Total number of patients in the department View on map
24 hours: 7 days a week: including bank holidays 1 hr 12 min 4 patients 12 patients
* The 'current number of patients waiting to be seen' refers to the number of patients waiting to be fully assessed. The 'current longest waiting time' refers to the current waiting time to be seen and fully assessed by a doctor or nurse practitioner. Once you are seen by a doctor or nurse you may still have to wait several hours for treatment, especially when the department is busy with more clinically urgent patients.
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