Coronavirus (COVID-19) Latest Guidance:


* Coronavirus (COVID-19) notice Sunday 22nd March *

The health, wellbeing and safety of our patients, their families and our people is our priority:

We fully understand that our patients will be concerned about coronavirus, and we want to assure you that as a company and across our network of practices, we’re closely monitoring the evolving situation and following the guidelines issued by the UK Government and Public Health England and taking into account other Government advice.

 

* Current status of our practices *

We’re open but providing extremely limited levels of care – please contact the practice for the services available. We will do our utmost to ensure that emergency appointments are available. Those having on-going courses of treatment can be monitored remotely but as of Sunday 22nd March the NHS has told us to stop all routine appointments. At the time of writing we expect the practice to be closed for routine and non urgent procedures for at least 3 weeks

This is an exceedingly fluid situation and we will be attempting to reach out to all patients in the next few days by SMS , Email and/or telephone. We will be trying to offer advice and guidance on each individual situation and our team of clinicians will be standing by to help .

Our phone lines will be very busy but please feel free to try to contact us on 0208 681 7638 . Email is likely to be easier for you and we will aim to reply as soon as we can. The email address is reception@bracelands.co.uk . Please remember to include in the email to leave a name , date of birth ,detail and contact number. If you have the patient reference number to hand that will make things even easier.

The health, wellbeing and safety of our patients, their families and our people is our priority:

We fully understand that our patients will be concerned about coronavirus, and we want to assure you that as a company and across our network of practices, we’re closely monitoring the evolving situation and following the guidelines issued by the UK Government and Public Health England and taking into account other Government advice.

 

* Current status of our practices *

We’re open but providing extremely limited levels of care – please contact the practice for the services available. We will do our utmost to ensure that emergency appointments are available. Those having on-going courses of treatment can be monitored remotely but as of Sunday 22nd March the NHS has told us to stop all routine appointments. At the time of writing we expect the practice to be closed for routine and non urgent procedures for at least 3 weeks

This is an exceedingly fluid situation and we will be attempting to reach out to all patients in the next few days by SMS , Email and/or telephone. We will be trying to offer advice and guidance on each individual situation and our team of clinicians will be standing by to help .

Our phone lines will be very busy but please feel free to try to contact us on 0208 681 7638 . Email is likely to be easier for you and we will aim to reply as soon as we can. The email address is reception@bracelands.co.uk . Please remember to include in the email to leave a name , date of birth ,detail and contact number. If you have the patient reference number to hand that will make things even easier.

 

Statement last updated 1800 Sunday 22 March 2020.

* Important guidance if you’re planning on visiting one of our practices *

  • It is important when visiting any of our practices that you take the following steps, in line with the latest Government advice:
  • Keep your hands clean, washing regularly and thoroughly, for at least 20 seconds with soap and water
  • Always carry tissues with you and use them to catch all coughs and sneezes and then bin the tissue – then wash your hands with soap and water; or use a sanitiser
  • Try to avoid direct or close contact (closer than 2 metres for over 15 minutes) with any people who may be unwell

 

  • Please do not visit one of our practices if: *
  • You’re self-isolating as per the Government guidelines
  • You have any of these symptoms: cough, fever or shortness of breath – even if they are mild
  • You fall into the vulnerable category as defined by the UK Government
  • We will be updating our website regularly, so please check here for the latest updates and news
  • Alternatively, you can contact your practice ahead of your appointment.

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