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A MESSAGE FOR ALL OF OUR PATIENTS


I'D LIKE TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO LET OUR PATIENTS KNOW THAT WE ARE NOW UNDER SIGNIFICANT PRESSURE WITH BOTH CLINICAL AND NON-CLINICAL MEMBERS OF OUR TEAM AWAY FROM WORK FOLLOWING POSITIVE COVID INFECTIONS.



WHILST THE GENERAL PUBLIC NO LONGER NEED TO ISOLATE, PEOPLE WORKING WITHIN THE HEALTH SECTOR DO STILL NEED TO ISOLATE FOR AT LEAST 6 DAYS FOLLOWING DIAGNOSIS.



AS I HOPE YOU CAN UNDERSTAND, THIS IS HAVING SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON OUR ABILITY TO PROVIDE OUR NORMAL SERVICE AND ACCESSIBILITY. PLEASE BEAR WITH US.



THANK YOU


Medical Equipment Fund

equipmentMedical Equipment Fund We are grateful for donations to this fund, some of which have been given personally by patients and others from fundraising events and some from bequests. These monies have enabled us to purchase a variety of equipment including:

  • Interpretive Electrocardiograph Machine
  • Resuscitation Equipment
  • Electro Cautery Machine
  • Nebulisers for treating Asthma
  • Transcutaneous Nerve Stimulators for pain
  • Cardiac Defibrillator for Heart Attacks (in conjunction with The British Heart Foundation)
  • Foetal Heart Monitor
  • Blood Pressure Monitors
  • Vascular Flow Detector
  • Camera with macro lens
  • Adjustable Hospital Nursing Bed
  • Nimbus Electric Ripple Mattress for terminally ill patients
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring Machine for 24 hour monitoring at home
  • Spirometer for lung function test
  • Spenco mattress and cushions
  • Flotron Boot for swollen legs
  • Cryosurgery machine using liquid nitrogen
  • Physiotherapy couch
  • Refrigerator for vaccines
  • Blood sugar testing machines for use by Practice Nurses
  • Ear thermometers
  • Syringe driver for use by District Nurses treating terminally ill patients at home
  • Toys for Children's Play Area
  • Books for Patient Library
  • Pressure relieving cushions
  • Scales
  • Height Measures
  • Light Box for Seasonal Affective Disorder
  • Pulse Oximeters
  • Enuresis Alarms


 
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