A COVID-protected facility
- We routinely ask patients for a relevant COVID-19 history of their own health and their contacts. It is important that patients provide accurate information.
- We follow social distancing guidelines by limiting contact of patients with one another whether in consultation or in a procedure and will arrange waiting room seating accordingly.
- We use suitable equipment/PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) as recommended by the HSE or another equivalent governmental agency.
- We routinely use relevant health histories and daily temperature monitoring of all clinic staff and patients as part of our strategy to prevent contagion. Additionally, and where available, we follow all government guidelines on use of testing to monitor staff.
- In addition to using proper PPE, we use appropriate cleansing, disinfecting and sterilization procedures throughout the office/clinic. Also, we use proper waste disposal methods for any materials that could be contaminated.
- We advise patients of hand washing protocols in the office/clinic and how to change gloves, gowns and masks.
- We can assure the public that our staff have received additional training with regards to proper COVID-19 infection control methods.
- And perhaps most importantly, the surgeon you have chosen is the one performing the surgical steps of your procedure, rather than delegating it to unlicensed technicians.
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PPE – Personal Protective Equipment
All staff wear state-of-the-art PPE and patients are seen in isolation. No patients are ever seen or seated in the same room in the clinic, whether in the reception, or waiting areas or treatment rooms.
We follow strict HSE and ICGP guidelines with regard to social distancing, protecting staff and clients with PPE and disinfecting rooms and surfaces pre-and-post client visits.
All our staff are healthy and have been following the lockdown regulations strictly.
Clients who have a history of symptoms or exposure to potential COVID19 patients are not allowed to enter the clinic until they have gone through isolation for at least 14 days and received appropriate treatment.