Covid-19 Update November 2022
All surgeries are operating normally.
It is no longer mandatory to wear a mask when attending the surgeries, but we encourage you to wear one if you wish to. Our staff may also be wearing masks at times. If you would like the person you are seeing to wear a mask while you are seeing them, please let them know and they will be happy to do this for you.
We are still triaging patients before they are seen in the surgery and will ask about Covid-19 symptoms. So please be assured that your safety is always our first consideration.
Covid-19 Update April 2022
We hope you are all enjoying living with far fewer restrictions relating to Covid-19 and this is impacting positively on your health and wellbeing.
In the surgeries it remains mandatory to wear a face covering and in all other healthcare settings unless you are clinically exempt. Our staff will continue to wear masks and other appropriate PPE whilst at work. This is to protect both them and you while we are providing your care. Social distancing also remains in place in the premises, and we ask that you sanitise your hands on arrival. Your cooperation with this is greatly appreciated.
We will still triage all patients before they are seen in the surgery and will ask about Covid-19 symptoms. We are still separating suspected Covid-19 patients from other patients.