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Face Masks

In light of recent government guidance, all patients will be required to wear their own face-covering when attending an appointment at the surgery. If you require guidance on how to fit  and wear your face mask please click here. Thank you for your continued support.

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Advice for patients attending Dronfield Medical Practice during COVID19

July 2020

GP surgeries are being advised to continue to assess all GP appointment requests on the phone and arrange face to face consultations where examination is necessary. The practice is following national guidance on which services to provide, however this is likely to change gradually over the next few months.

Nurses are also dealing with as much as possible over the phone but can provide urgent and necessary face to face treatments.
To allow maximal use of the waiting room while maintaining social distancing rules we would kindly ask patients to attend alone whenever possible and not to arrive early for appointments.

Please wear a home-made face covering as per Government advice

Your temperature will be checked on arrival at the reception desk with a thermal imaging camera.

Dronfield Medical Practice is our green zone where no one should attend with potential symptoms of coronavirus or if a household contact has symptoms. Staff will wear a mask, gloves and an apron for all patient contacts. 
Our red zone is currently at Stubley Medical Centre where extra PPE is available for staff in a self-contained site.

The national guidance is clear that even patients shielding in the high risk group can still attend surgery for urgent medical needs such as vital blood tests or assessment by a healthcare professional.

For any medication queries, sick note requests or general queries please phone rather than attend surgery.


Thermal Imaging Camera

To minimise the risk of COVID-19 transmission we now have a thermal imaging camera at reception to record patients' temperatures on arrival at the surgery. This is similar to devices currently being used at airports etc.

If a high temperature is recorded the patient will be asked to leave the surgery building and we will re-check the temperature in the car park.

This will help protect staff and patients alike.

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