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WEDNESDAY 27th April 2022

COVID-19 REMAINS A PUBLIC HEALTH RISK TO OUR PATIENTS.

If you have COVID-19 symptoms you should avoid contact with others and follow current www.gov.uk/coronavirus guidelines

ZOE [ Imperial College Hosptial ] STUDY highlights the following symptoms

1. Runny nose

2. Headache

3. Sneezing

4. Sore throat

5. Coughing

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We ask that as the risk of catching or passing COVID-19 is ongoing as evidenced by the UK Chief Medical Officers, that we continue to follow our established infection prevention measures to protect our higher risk patients and keep our staff at work.

Current Living With Covid

Please continue to

Use hand gel

Keep 1m+ from people you do not normally meet 

We will open windows to ventilate where and when possible during appointments

We ask all visitors and staff to wear face coverings for a further period of time please


COVID VACCINATION PROGRAMME

An extra booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine will be offered in

Spring 2022 on advice of the JCVI

1. Everyone aged over 75

2. Residents in Care Homes For Older Adults

3. Immunosuppressed Patients Aged 12 and over

 

Please do not call the GP practice to ask about this further vaccination.

You will be contacted in due course by NHS England and maybe offered vaccinations at Eastbourne or Hastings.

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NHS APP COVID-19 VACCINATION STATUS

Thinking about travelling and need proof of your vaccinations?

Your information will be available on the NHS App or from www.nhs.uk.

Read more about demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad

NHS App Web Link

Please download the App from Apple App store or Google Play store


Patient Services Sidley Medical Practice December 2021

Sidley Medical Practice is required to take all appropriate measures to protect patients and staff for Infection Control Measures during the Pandemic. This has not changed. The pandemic alert level is again 4 which means ongoing health care restrictions to enable infection control measures. 

NHS England Guidance Toolkit Access To Surgery 2021

We can only work during this exceptional time by recognising that patients will receive commencement of their consultation and assessment of need by telephone or electronic communication from our nursing, medical and administration teams. 

Any care that is clinically required e.g. treatments, investigations or direct patient contact and examination has always then occurred in a planned and organised manner since April 2020. 

NHS Sussex Commissioners and Sussex Local Medical Committees fully support our position and provision of care at this time and together we will change our provisions and access as the UK PHE Pandemic Level reduces and we continue our recovery. 

For prescription requests and enquiries please email us at hrccg.prescriptions.sidleysurgery@nhs.net or use the NHS App 

We can be contacted for routine response non clinical needs at [ Please note any digital images submitted as part of an online consultation will be stored within your clinical notes ]  esxccg.albertroad-sidleysurgery@nhs.net 

GP Partners November 2021


Online Access Consultation Service

 You can contact clinical staff at Sidley Medical Practice using this online consultation portal.

Engage Consult Access

You can input symptoms and concerns into the confidential online service and you will receive a response within 2-3 days, usually the same day if the request is received within opening hours. You will be either given advice , directed to other sources of support or receive a telephone call back from the doctor. An appointment may be arranged if required.

You can enquire about test results, fitness to work note, referral enquiries and medical reports. 

Use the image link to access their services.



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