Mobile Minor Injuries Service

   

 

 

 

If you have ever had to wait for hours in an NHS Accident & Emergency Unit you’ll be delighted to know about this very special service!  

 

As a member of Medical Assistance UK you’ll benefit from our experienced team of healthcare professionals. This means that, if you ever suffer a minor injury, you’ll be able to use our service – i.e. either in the comfort of your own home or whilst you are at *work.  


On arrival, our healthcare professional(s) will assess your injury (or injuries) and advise you on the best course of action. We have a team of highly skilled and fully qualified personnel – including Emergency Care Practitioners (ECPs), Paramedics, Emergency Medical Technicians, Nurses and First Person on Scene (FPOSs) – so we may well be able to treat your injury with no further action.  


However, in some circumstances, you may need or want to be conveyed to an NHS hospital or to another medical establishment. If you need to be seen and treated in a hospital you could either request an NHS ambulance or choose to be conveyed in one of our fully-equipped private ambulances or a medical car. **If you decide to use one of our vehicles we will be able to take you to an NHS hospital or another suitable establishment.   


 

 

 

IMPORTANT NOTE


Medical Assistance UK is not an “emergency service”. Therefore, if any patient has an injury or medical condition that could be life or limb threatening (or the situation involves any medical emergency) please telephone 999 or 112 immediately and request an NHS ambulance. Medical Assistance UK provides a mobile medical and dental service for non-urgent patients only and we obviously do not have the considerable facilities of a modern hospital. Therefore, Medical Assistance UK will not be held responsible for any patient whose injury or condition deteriorates due to any delay and/or any other problem that has been caused because the patient (or anyone else who contacts our company on behalf of the patient) has not requested an NHS ambulance using the well-known “999” system.    


THE 999 SYSTEM MUST BE USED FOR ANY PATIENT WHO HAS A SERIOUS INJURY OR CONDITION.


*Please note that we are able to visit you in your workplace if you work in the county of Essex. If your workplace is located outside Essex we may not be able to visit you whilst you are at work.  


**NHS ambulances are usually only allowed to convey you to your nearest A&E Unit – unless you have a specific type of major injury or condition. Therefore, if you do not wish to be taken to your local A&E Unit we will convey you to another local NHS hospital/unit or to a private establishment.

Please note that Medical Assistance UK Ltd is not an Emergency Service so, if you have a
serious injury or condition, please telephone 999 and ask for an Ambulance

Also, please note that all of the professional and other services advertised on this website (including all services that are Care Quality Commission 'regulated activities' and all
other non-regulated services) are either provided by CQC registered providers or other providers/suppliers if CQC registration is not required. Medical Assistance UK Limited acts
in referral and/or co-ordination capacity only for different types of business and/or various services and professionals. We also offer an online shop and an online medical information centre for your use