COVID 19 UPDATES

ALL CONSULTATIONS WILL BE INITALLY DEALT WITH BY TELEPOHNE BY EITHER A GP OR A NURSE.

IF AFTER SPEAKING TO A CLINICIAN, A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT IS REQUIRED, ONE WILL BE GIVEN.

PLEASE WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW

https://vimeo.com/444812039

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CLINICS WILL SLOWLY RETURN TO THE PRACTICE WHEN WE ARE SURE WE HAVE THE CORRECT RECOVERY PLANS IN PLACE.              THIS WILL HAPPEN IN PHASES

CERVICAL SCREENING PROGRAMME HAS BEEN FIRST TO ISSUE A RECOVERY PLAN

 FROM SEPTEMBER ONWARDS IT IS PLANNED THAT FOLLOWING AN ASSESSMENT OF SAMPLE TAKER CAPACITY ALL ROUTINE RECALLS INVITES OR REMINDERS SHOULD BE SENT

TREATMENT ROOM

We now have a reduced phlebotomy service.  There will be a phlebotomist in the practice  on a MONDAY ONLY with limited appointments.

This will be increased when it is safe to do so and when we have the resources available. 


FOLLOWING THE GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES ABOUT WEARING FACE COVERINGS IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT AND PLACES WHERE SOCIAL DISTANCING IS NOT POSSIBLE. THE FOLLOWING  WEBSITES WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH INFORMATION YOU WILL NEED TO PLAN YOUR JOURNEY AND TRAVEL SAFELY.

THERE ARE EXEMPTION CARDS AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD AND PRINT OUT

https://accessibletravel.scot/face-mask-exemption-not-everyone-can-wear-one/

http://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-safer-travel-guidance-for-passengers

You could also look at The British Lung Foundation website where there is lots of information and you can download an exemption to print out

https://www.blf.org.uk/support-for-you/coronavirus/what-should-people-with-a-lung-condition-do-now/face-coverings



 
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