World No Tobacco Day 2020
In honour of World No Tobacco Day on 31st May, we want to encourage and support everyone who is looking to start their journeys to quit smoking. As smoking is a risk factor for Covid-19, there has ne...
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges has released a statement urging members of the public to continue to seek the urgent care they need. They have sought to reassure people that hospitals are still willing and able to provide urgent care and treatment for serious conditions.
Professor Russell Viner, President of the Royal College of Paediatricians and Child Health has particularly urged parents to continue to seek help for their children, saying
‘Don’t worry about ‘bothering us’, we want to see you and your child. If you have to go to A&E there will be special arrangements in place to protect you and your child from the risk of infection… children still get sick and we want you to connect with us when this happens.’
The hospitals we work with have stringent measures in place to ensure that patients remain safe whilst continuing to receive treatment they need at this time.
Don’t hesitate to call us if you are worried about your safety during this time, and if you or your child are seriously unwell make sure you seek urgent care.