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FACE COVERING TO BE WORN WHEN ENTERING THE FILEY SURGERY

To further protect our staff and patients the surgery would request that anyone entering the building has a face covering in place. This can be a mask or a simple covering such as a scarf.

Thank you for your co-operation.


HOW TO ORDER A CORONAVIRUS TEST IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS



    • Go online to nhs.uk/coronavirus

    • Or call 119 if you have no internet access



When you order a test, you will get information on the options available to you which might be attending a mobile testing unit or having a test kit delivered to your home.

Your results should be back within 48 hours, by text, email or phone – and the message will advise you about what to do next.

PLEASE REMEMBER:



    • If you have symptoms then EVERYONE in your household will need to self-isolate.

    • If you have been in close contact with someone who has tested positive for coronavirus you will be alerted by the “NHS Test and Trace Service” and you will be asked to begin self-isolation for up to 14 days, depending on when you last came into contact with the person who has tested positive. It’s really important to do this even if you don’t feel unwell, because it can take up to 14 days for the symptoms to develop.



Please visit https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-test-and-trace-how-it-works for more information.


PRACTICE NURSE VACANCY

Please click the link to view our job vacancy information “Vacancies at Filey Surgery”.

 


ONLINE APPOINTMENTS SUSPENDED

The Filey Surgery has suspended all online appointment bookings due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus)


VISIT OUR SURGERY FACEBOOK PAGE

Take a look at our Facebook page for upcoming events, useful information and health campaigns.

We will add up-to-date information on how the surgery is working during the coronavirus and the steps we take to keep our patients safe.

 
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