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FACE MASKS RULE AT SYCAMORE HEALTH & OTHER STUFF

Hi, everyone!

It has been a while...


Given the recent cluster, and the QLD Government's focus on nipping community transmission in the bud, please note that until further notice, as per Public Health advice:


*Patients entering Sycamore Health need to wear a face mask- please ensure that this is properly fitted, and not untied or so loosely fitted as to be useless.


*This includes patients attending to access the gymnasium area (where they are allowed to remove the mask whilst exercising, according to current guidance).


We have been advised that this state is currently likely to last for another 3 weeks or so.



For those of you who haven't been to the Surgery for a couple of months, we hope that you like it's new look inside...

The new patient toilets are accessed on the far side of the gymnasium (the staff room is now for staff only).



Physical distancing remains in place with seating in the waiting room.



Please limit members of the family brought in to the Surgery, due to numbers allowed, and risks. Preferably, only 2 people in the consultation rooms at any one time, plus the Dr or Nurse.



COVID19 TESTING: as always, for all snotty or runny noses, sinusitis, ear infections, coughs and colds, sore throats, unexplained fevers...

BUT ALSO FOR:

conjunctivitis

toe lesions, like chilblains (purple-red blotches/lumps)

diarrhoea, vomiting, 'gastro'



Finally, I will be off in the last few days of September -> first few days of October, and I am no longer working the FINAL Sunday of each month.



See you soon!

Dr Steve

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