Home / Bodmin local news / Bude / Camborne / Camelford local news / Caradon area local news / China Clay area local news / Cornwall Gateway / Falmouth & Penryn local news / Fowey & Lostwithiel / Hayle and St Ives / Health & Social Care / Helston & South Kerrier / Illogan & Redruth local nes / Launceston local news / Newquay & St Columb local news / Politics / Rolling news / St Agnes & Perranporth local news / St Austell & Mevagissey / St Blazey / Truro & Roseland local news / Wadebridge and Padstow / West Penwith local news / Named – the ten Minor Injury Units in Cornwall due to close under Accountable Care Named – the ten Minor Injury Units in Cornwall due to close under Accountable Care Posted By theboss on 3rd January 2018 3rd January 2018 By Graham Smith Cornwall’s network of minor injury units are under imminent threat of closure, according to an analysis of NHS plans. Ten sites, from Bude to… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Cornwall remembers13th November 2017Thousands of people across Cornwall have observed Remembrance Day memorial services. Towns and… Cornwall's foodbanks braced for arrival of Universal Credit30th October 2017By Julia PenhaligonThousands of people in Cornwall are bracing themselves for the introduction… National Westminster closes several branches throughout Cornwall4th December 2017By Graham SmithNational Westminster banks are closing across Cornwall – most are to… Good news for pet owners as fire crews get new life-saving kit7th December 2017By Rashleigh MacFarlaneDonations from Helston-based The Dog House Grooming Company and the RSPCA… This article has 10 comments Pingback: more information I launched Cornwall Reports in December 2016, when I finally ran out of mainstream media organisations willing to put up with me. bw Graham Smith Pingback: Could Falmouth keep its Minor Injury Unit? – North Cornwall Labour Party Pingback: Could Falmouth keep its Minor Injury Unit? New report sheds insights into how health and council bosses are planning the “Kennally Care” future of Cornwall’s community hospitals | Cornwall Reports Pingback: Kennally Care: will the Inquisition get any straight answers? – North Cornwall Labour Party So they are saying Treslike is overstretched and you should only use the A&E in an emergency but also they want to close the MIU? Where do they think people with minor injuries will go if that happens? Pingback: NHS Kernow says it has made no decisions about Cornwall’s Minor Injury Units – North Cornwall Labour Party Pingback: Report of threat to Cornwall’s Minor Injury Units is “scaremongering” says MP – North Cornwall Labour Party Pingback: Report of threat to Cornwall’s Minor Injury Units is “scaremongering” says MP | Cornwall Reports They say Treliske is on Black alert over Christmas but we went to Bodmin Minor injuries and were in and out within 1 hour fully treated. I would say that people think they have to use Treliske not knowing the facility at these minor units. Also you have to consider that they call an ambulance as they know if they take relatives themselves they will end up with an anormous car parking fee or fine !!!! Comments are closed.