The Minor Injuries Unit at Stirling Health & Care Village treats patients over the age of one year from across Forth Valley and is open from 9am–9pm, 7 days. No appointment is necessary and you can be treated for a wide range of minor injuries.
- minor burns and scalds
- infected wounds
- sprains and strains
- cuts and grazes
- minor eye injuries
- minor ear injuries (not infections)
- minor head and neck injuries
- suspected broken bones (staff can arrange X-rays and apply plaster, if required)
The Minor Injuries Unit is unable to treat minor illnesses, back or hip injuries. If your condition is serious or life-threatening you should go to the Emergency Department at Forth Valley Royal Hospital.
Current Waiting Times
These are the current estimated wait times for urgent treatment in the Minor Injuries Unit at Stirling Health & Care Village and the Emergency Department at Forth Valley Royal Hospital. If you are not in need of urgent treatment you should contact your local pharmacist, GP or call NHS 24 free on 111 for advice.
Please remember patients are treated according to the seriousness of their condition so you may see people who arrived after you being treated before you.
Minor Injuries Unit (Stirling)
The Minor Injuries Unit is open 9am-9pm for minor injuries only. Get directions.
Emergency Department (Larbert)
The Minor Injuries Unit is located in the GP & Minor Injuries Centre at Stirling Health & Care Village, Livilands Gate, Stirling, FK8 2AU.
Patient parking is provided at the rear of the GP & Minor Injuries Centre building. A drop off zone is also available at the front entrance.