We would like to make you aware of how Jenner House Surgery will be working as restrictions ease form the 19th July 2021.
The pandemic is still on-going and as such we need to ensure that the safety of our patients and staff is maintained. Patients who visit the practice may be vulnerable with health issues, sick or undergoing treatment so please continue to protect the NHS, yourself and others.
Over the summer months, we will have reduced staffing due to possible self-isolation and staff holidays; this will mean that routine capacity is reduced whilst we are managing urgent on the day demand.
When visiting the practice you will still be expected to wear a face mask and maintain social distance from others. Any patients unable to wear a mask will be asked to wait outside the building, after checking you will be asked to enter the building when the clinician is ready.
Our waiting areas have reduced seating due to social distancing. We ask that you respect other patients and clean down when you leave.
12th January 2021
07th January 2021
Due to the recent surge in Covid-19 and the pressured on the NHS, we have been asked to stop all Non- Essential work immediately. We will keep this under review and update you as necessary.
05th January 2021
In line with the New Lockdown introduced by the Government, we, unfortunately have had to take the decision to lock our doors at Jenner House Surgery until further notice. Please be rest assured that you can still reach us for help/assistance through our Telephone Service, via Email and via E-Consults.
We cannot foresee how long this may be for but we will update our webpage once we know more.
Thank you for your kind continued cooperation.
Jenner House Surgery
04th January 2021
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01st January 2021
Your COVID Recovery – Website for patient support
Your COVID Recovery is a website that helps patients to understand what has happened and what they might expect as part of their recovery.
Please see the link below.