While Northcross is currently out of action for urgent care matters, Smales Farm is still running business as usual.
Sadly we are finding that some patients are waiting to come in and see us but leaving certain health conditions can be detrimental to your health.
Please be assured that we have taken measures to ensure your safety and ours.
Firstly you will be assessed by our screening clinician at the door.
Following this, you will either be taken into a room straight away, popped in our waiting room which has been given a social distancing makeover, or even asked to return to your car.
We are only taking PayWave payments or are invoicing to be paid online. No cash.
We have installed perspex screens for our receptionists and our staff have PPE available to them.
So please if you find yourself in need of urgent medical or accident care, pop in and see us at Smales Farm.
We are open 24/7. No appointment necessary.
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