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Update Friday 23rd March

If you haven't received a letter to say you are in the high risk group and you think that you are please be aware that more is being done nationally over the next few days to identify people who were missed so we can't tell you at this time. 

We are aware the NNUH has cancelled all routine referrals. We are keeping a record of these if we are made aware of them and this will need addressing at a later stage. 

If you have symptoms of coronavirus, to protect others, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay at home

Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do

Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.

For further information go to nhs.uk/coronavirus or gov.uk/coronavirus.

The Humbleyard Practice will only be seeing patients at Hethersett and Mulbarton surgery. Cringleford surgery will be closed. This enables the practice to operate safely with declining staff numbers due to self-isolation guidelines

All requests to see a Doctor will be triaged by telephone and if a face to face appointment is needed, this will be arranged, normally for the same day. You will be screened outside the door by one of our staff. Please observe safe distances. 

Nurse appointments for urgent issues are still being booked in.

Patients should only attend an appointment if they DO NOT have the following symptoms – high temperature (above 37.7), a new persistent cough.

We will still be sending prescriptions electronically to local chemists. We have been asked because of supply chain issues to only provide one month at a time. 

Despite rumours on social media all respiratory patients  DO NOT need rescue packs. You

should continue to manage your symptoms in the normal way. Some people with COPD have a rescue pack and this would have been discussed with your respiratory nurse. If you do not have a pre existing respiratory condition you do not need to order inhalers. 

Our advice may change daily in accordance with government guidelines, so please visit our websites as we will keep these updated.

For information on:

The Humbleyard Team


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