Restrictions have been lifted across the UK, but healthcare settings, such as our Primary Care Network, are still to follow guidance to prevent the spread of the Virus. Staff still continue to isolate from work when they have a positive result, or have been in contact with someone known to have the virus, and masks are still mandatory for all who visit us (unless exempt)
Full details of this guidance can be found at GOV.uk
If you are seeking further information on the Covid-19 Vaccination please follow the link below.
If you have one or more of these symptoms please seek advice from NHS 111 Online or call 119. Self-care guidance is available on the NHS website for people who have mild Covid-19. This extensive guidance is helpful for those who have coronavirus and are in need of self-care advice.
Anyone over 18yrs who has been experiencing COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days or less may be eligible to join the PRINCIPLE trial, a nationwide clinical study from the University of Oxford to find COVID-19 treatments that can be taken at home.
Your COVID recovery, provided by the NHS, offers expert information to help you look after your mental health and physical health when recovering from coronavirus. It’s also got a helpful section for family, friends and carers who are helping loved ones recover.
If you have any of the main symptoms of Covid-19:
Self-care guidance is available on the NHS website for people who have mild Covid-19. This extensive guidance is helpful for those who have Covid-19 and are in need of self-care advice.
Proof of recovery for travel following Covid-19 cannot be obtained via our GP Practice. Patients can view their recovery status using the NHS App, which will provide a QR code for travel, or call 119 for a paper copy.
Download the app from your mobile device’s app store and follow the easy step-by-step registration instructions. It will help if you know your NHS number (though this isn’t essential), and you will need to have a form of ID (passport or driving licence) to hand.
We have repurposed our sites throughout the pandemic, creating safe sites for vulnerable patients to attend appointments whilst directing resources to one site for patients who are symptomatic or have tested positive. We also continue to run Covid vaccination clinics for our patients.
Where you might be seen may depend on the appointment you have, who you are seeing and the need to minimise the risk of spreading the virus. As such we still have the following in place: