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Podiatry Appointments During Coronavirus
As one of our valued patients, you know your health is our priority and how important it is for us at Dr Foot Podiatry Clinic to ensure you feel safe and happy coming to see one of our podiatrists. At this time of heightened sensitivity around public health, we wanted to let you know some of the measures we are taking and informed practices we have in place at our clinics to ensure you feel safe and comfortable at our practices in light of the COVID 19 pandemic.
As always, all of our equipment is sterilised for every individual patient and our podiatrists will continue to wear gloves throughout your treatment, these are changed for each new patient. Our podiatrists and receptionists will be washing their hands thoroughly on a regular basis throughout the day. Our clinics are all thoroughly cleaned at the start of the day and at the end of the day and in between patients, clinic spaces and reception areas will also be wiped down throughout the day. We will ensure that hand sanitiser is available as you enter the building and we kindly ask you to ensure you make sure you use some before seeing your podiatrist.
We ask that if you feel unwell, have a persistent cough or have recently arrived to the UK from abroad please call us ahead of your appointment. We may ask you to rebook the following week or in two weeks time. Please try and give us as much notice as possible so we can offer your appointment to another patient if needs be.
Finally we ask that you arrive on time for your appointment as the waiting area has been closed. Can you please ensure that you visit the bathroom prior to arriving at the facilities and use a face covering such as a scarf or face mask.
While there is no way to make sure we (or anywhere!) is a completely risk free environment, we are doing all that we can to ensure our patients and staff are kept as safe as possible. We will continue to follow government and W.H.O. guidelines and will update our procedures according to the latest advice.
What to expect at your appointment
PPE worn my me including medical mask.
Hand sanitiser as you enter the building.
Surfaces wiped between patients
Spaced out appointments to avoid patient’s bumping into each other
Tempreture checks (monday-friday done at reception)
Social distancing policies adhered to when possible.