I hope this message finds you well and safe during the current climate.
As previously, I have taken advice from the government in regards to the reopening of the practice. The practice needs to be a safe environment for all, and because of this, the practice needs to temporarily change the way it is run.
I am busy putting these changes in to place, including PPE as well as many other things in ensuring that every patient, every practitioner and every member of the reception team, will ultimately feel safe in being a part of the practice again, once we are open.
As well as doing this, I am also keeping a close watch on the rates of the infection, in the chance that the relaxation rules may be withdrawn, if cases increase.
I would like to thank each and every one of you for your patience in this matter. I know it is a very difficult time for everyone, but WeaverHouse will never put financial gain above the safety of the people who work at, and the patients that visit the practice.
It is not by any means set in stone, but we are looking to have everything in place by early June, which will enable us to open our doors again. This of course is subject to change according to many things.
I am in constant contact with all the team, and together we are working in ensuring guidelines will be adhered to.
The practice remains open for telephone calls between 12-3pm should you need advice or support from one of our practitioners. Please leave a message, and I can assure you, a call back will be made within 24 hours.
We very much look forward to seeing you all again soon, we may look a little different when you return to us (Adam could very easily audition and secure the role of a castaway on a desert island - his hair is ridiculously long !!!!!), when we make the practice as safe as possible in protecting us all against the virus.