Bevan Group Practice
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Do you need practical or emotional support during the Covid-19 outbreak? Wellbeing Enterprises can take your call today on 01928 589 799. Or visit their website for support on non-medical needs. www.wellbeingenterprises.org.uk
This new temporary system will enable people who are advised to self-isolate to obtain an isolation note via NHS 111 online or the NHS website. This can then be used as evidence for absence from work.
What is an isolation note used for?
- It is for employees who need evidence to cover a period of absence due to coronavirus. Employees can self-certify for 7 days, but beyond that, if they have been advised to self-isolate or share a household with someone who is symptomatic and self-isolating, they may be asked by their employer to provide evidence. The isolation note is evidence to be given to an employer.
When will the isolation note be available?
- This new service will be available from Friday 20 March
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From Monday 30th March Beaconsfield Primary Care Centre will be closed between 12.30pm-1.30pm.
This includes both the doors and phone lines.
The answer machine on the telephone will give you information on what to do in an emergency.
Thank you for your co-operation
West Bank Medical Centre Closure
Due to the coronavirus we unfortunately have had to close West Bank Medical Centre on a temporary basis.
All patients can still contact the surgery on 0151 424 3986
We apologise for any inconvenience
We have received specific Instructions from our CCG to ask you NOT TO ATTEND the surgery. This is to reduce the risk of Coronavirus spread to you, your fellow patients and Health Care Workers.
We are now only able to deal with urgent medical matters. If you feel that your medical problem is urgent, you can still ring the surgery, but you will be offered a Telephone Consultation rather than a face to face appointment.
Alternatively, please use our E-Consult Service. For patients who already have pre-booked appointments, we will be in touch with you directly by text or phone call.
We thank you for your understanding and patience. Please return to our website for regular updates.
For further information on coronavirus please visit www.nhs.co.uk
Online Appointment Booking
The surgery has been advised from NHS England to suspend all online bookings until further notice as a means of mitigating Coronavirus.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Please allow 5 working days from the day you request your prescription at the surgery to the day you collect from your pharmacy due to the increase in volume of requests at this time.
If you do not have a nominated pharmacy for electronic prescriptions we strongly advise you to contact us with the pharmacy of your choice in order for us to electronically send your prescription to the pharmacy to mitigate any risks.
We will not be issuing any prescriptions earlier than the 7 days allowed and we cannot issue extra just due to the coronavirus.
Thank you for you co-operation during this difficult time
High Risk Patients
The Government has issued new guidance for people who are at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus (COVID-19) because of an underlying health condition. If you're at high risk, you will be contacted by the NHS by Sunday 29 March and strongly advised to stay at home at all times and avoid any face-to-face contact for a period of at least 12 weeks from the day you receive your letter.
Our GP surgeries are facing unprecedented challenges at the moment. Please DO NOT contact your GP or healthcare team at this stage to ask if you’re going to receive a letter – please wait to be contacted by the NHS.