CORONAVIRUS PATIENT INFORMATION - 16 MARCH 2020
INFORMATION FROM 111:
IF YOU HAVE A FEVER OR NEW COUGH. DO NOT GO TO THE PRACTICE. THIS APPLIES REGARDLESS OF YOUR RECENT TRAVEL HISTORY.
PLEASE GO HOME AND STAY AT HOME (SELF-ISOLATE) FOR 7 DAYS, OR UNTIL YOUR SYMPTOMS HAVE GONE.
PLEASE VISIT THE LINKS ABOVE FOR FURTHER HELP AND ADVICE.
AFTER 7 DAYS, IF YOU NO LONGER HAVE A FEVER, YOU CAN RETURN TO YOUR USUAL ROUTINE.
IF YOU HAVE SERIOUS SYMPTOMS YOU CAN NOT MANAGE AT HOME, PLEASE USE WWW.111.NHS.UK OR CALL NHS 111 IF YOU CAN NOT GET ONLINE.
THIS IS THE LATEST GOVERNMENT ADVICE, TO HELP PROTECT ALL PATIENTS AND STAFF. PLEASE HELP US TO PROTECT YOU.
AS A PRECAUTIONARY MEASURE IN VIEW OF COVID-19 FROM TUESDAY 17 MARCH ALL ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS WITH A NURSE OR DOCTOR WILL BE CONDUCTED BY TELEPHONE.
SHOULD A CLINICIAN NEED TO SEE A PATIENT, ARRANGEMENTS WILL BE MADE. THESE MEASURES ARE BEING PUT IN PLACE TO ENSURE PUBLIC AND STAFF SAFETY.
PLEASE DO NOT COME INTO THE PRACTICE TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT – PLEASE TELEPHONE.
Sole Bay Dementia Support Page:
Sole Bay Dementia Support page is to keep you up to date with the progress of making Southwold and the surrounding villages a positive place to live with dementia.
This project is funded by Sole Bay Care Fund and supported by our local councils, police, health centre and many many groups. If you are a business, club, or group or an individual, we can provide you with support, training and information. We hope to be recognised for our work by becoming a Dementia Friendly Town.