The following information is provided by Litfield House Medical Centre for visitors during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Litfield House Medical Centre has remained closed throughout the duration of the Coronavirus pandemic. We know that the services our members offer to patients are in some cases very important to your health and wellbeing. We will be opening our doors again from the 8th June 2020.
Whilst we want to open to allow some services to resume, this comes with additional safety requirements from our staff, members and you, their customers.
Litfield House has implemented vital safety procedures that must be adhered to when visiting our premises. We want you to feel as safe and comfortable as possible, however, during this time, the safety of all is our number one priority.
When visiting the centre, whether you have previously been before or not, the following will apply:
We will take your temperature and ask you a series of questions before you are allowed to enter the centre. Please ensure that you answer all questions honestly.
You must not enter the Medical Centre if you or any one in your family have had symptoms of COVID19 (As per NHS guidelines) in the last 14 days.
Please bring a suitable face covering such as a mask for the time when you are on site. If you do not have a face covering one will be provided for you.
Only the person attending their appointment will be allowed to enter the building, unless it is imperative that another joins for reasons that you have agreed beforehand. If the appointment is for a person under the age of 18 or has a disability which requires assistance, this will automatically allow two people to enter at the same time.
Please do not arrive until your appointment time, if clinics are running late, someone will contact you as soon as reasonably possible to inform you of the expected delay. This is because we have limited parking and waiting space outside of the centre, when adhering to the 2m social distancing rule.
Whilst onsite there is a one way walking system, please see signs which are located around the centre.
The use of the lift is for one person only, unless you are being accompanied for the purpose of assistance or the patient is under 18.
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