Changes to appointments:
- You are required to wear a mask or face covering, to comply with healthcare setting guidance
Who CAN’T come for face-to-face appointments?
If you develop symptoms of Covid-19 please do not book an appointment, or get in touch to rearrange your appointment to a suitable time.
Those in the “at a higher risk of complications from Covid-19” group, (those who have previously been advised to shield, over 70s, pregnant women, unvaccinated, have diabetes etc) are advised to weigh up the risks of having a face-to-face appointment before booking.
I am a new patient, how do I book?
It’s easy to book online, but you can get in touch via phone or email too.
If necessary, the first half of your appointment will be done via phone or video link. I will get in touch if this applies to you.
How will you make the appointment as safe as possible?
For the safety of both you and me, I will be wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) as advised by Public Health England. This will include a surgical mask and scrubs, possibly single-use gloves, a single-use apron, and a face visor.
All equipment and surfaces will be cleaned between patients and the room will be well ventilated.
I am not struggling with my physical health, but I am concerned about my overall wellbeing.
If you are concerned for your wellbeing or experiencing stress and anxiety as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mind has some great information for you.