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MIAMI Clinics(GP Improved Access Hub)

Miami Clinics or the GP Improved Access Hub

What does the MIAMI Clinic do?                                                  

The Miami Clinic can see patients with short term problems that

    • have lasted no longer than 14 days and
    • have not been seen by a GP previously

What is MIAMI Clinic (GP Improved Access Hub)

MIAMI stands for Minor Injury Assessment and Minor Illness and is a service launched by 19 local GP practices across Adur and Worthing. Your nearest Clinics are Riverbank Medical Centre in Midhurst and Pulborough Medical Centre.

At the MIAMI Clinic you will be seen by a GP, nurse, or paramedic practitioner, who - with your consent - will have access to your medical record from this practice. 

The MIAMI clinics provide appointments for patients who have illnesses of less than fourteen days duration such as chest infection, sore throat, headache, fever, eye infection, rashes/skin irritations, urinary and bowel problems or minor injuries such as bumps, scalds, sprains, small cuts and lacerations, to list but a few.

These appointments will be booked by us the surgery so you should telephone us the normal way and if we have run out of urgent appointments you may be offered an appointment at a MIAMI clinic.

We will also be able to book appointments at the weekend between 10:00 and 14:00. Please ask for availability.

How do I make an appointment with the Miami Clinic (GP Improved Access Hub)? 

MIAMI services are only accessible via our practice and our Reception Team will be pleased to arrange an appointment for you.  

Please contact Reception on 01798342248

We will check to see if we have appointments available and will book you in directly to the clinic. You will then go to the Miami Clinic and be seen by a GP, Nurse practitioner or Paramedic Practitioner who can diagnose your condition and prescribe if necessary.


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