Dear Valued Patients & Friends
We are closed
It is our social responsibility to help ‘flatten the curve’.
Next week we will be announcing initiatives we will undertake to help in any way we can. We will be calling on all of our followers, patients, and friends to pitch in and get our NHS the help it will need.
We might not be seeing patients in clinic, but our wonderful admin team, Georgia and Nicole, and clinic manager Lynsey, will be at hand to answer the phone and help with anything we can.
We have thought long and hard and have now taken the decision close our clinic doors as of today.
Everything we do is based around patient safety. We want to safeguard you, our staff and the wider public. We want to do our part to flatten this pandemic curve, as well as help our NHS.
We are so grateful to our regular and loyal clients for their continued support. Our loyal patients are what make this clinic so great and we will continue to offer the same level of service you have come to expect when we reopen.
The senior admin team will be rearranging any appointments with you, in the coming days.
We are still here for you and you can reach us any time of day via:
On call mobile – 07533006004
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
You can keep up to date with us via our Instagram and Facebook accounts. We will be sending out regular newsletters, keeping you up to date and sane while we all practice a good amount of social distancing.
We are still offering a skincare purchase service and we will arrange postage to your home for as long as this is viable. We are working to set up video consultations to meet your Skin Health needs. Please let us know of anything else you would find useful or helpful from us during this time. Thank you for your understanding and support.
We will be setting up initiatives to help our NHS. This will be in various ways. Firstly we need to think of dwindling NHS resources such as PPEs (personal protective equipment – masks, gloves etc) and how to help source and get them to front line healthcare workers. We will be relying on you to help us support our NHS.
Dr Nestor has been in touch with local A&E departments to offer to pick up shifts and help where he can (unlikely to be any filler emergencies, but we’re sure he still remembers how to use a stethoscope).
We are reaching out to local private GP services and are offering to help them support our NHS in terms of physical space or resources. If you have any creative ideas of how to help the community and our NHS, please send them in.
Together we are strong. Together we will answer the call.