Register your child today for The Sound of Music at EMA this January.
Come join us as we learn some of the most famous songs and scenes of all time from this movie.
Teaching kids acting and singing skills there will be a show on day 4 you won't want to miss!
Dates: 13th - 16th of January
Times: 9am - 3pm
Location: 6/28 The Avenue Albany
For more information:
021 067 6333
Wow, what a crazy couple of weeks our team have had.
If you haven't heard, Northcross has been transformed into a COVID-19 testing centre and is currently closed for all urgent care matters.
Smales Farm remains open 24/7 should you need us.
Our amazing staff worked extremely long hours to get the CBAC (community based assessment centre) up and running and we are proud to say that it is now working like a well oiled machine.
Please note that we are by appointment only.
You must phone ahead on (021) 256 6321 so that our nurses can triage you and book you a time to come and see us.
This is for your safety and ours and also means that you won't have to sit in a queue of people in cars for hours.
If you arrive without an appointment you will be turned away by security.
I know it may be frustrating if you can't get through to us on the phones straight away but please keep trying.
We have been inundated with calls and we can only answer so many at one time.
When you arrive for your appointment DO NOT LEAVE YOUR CAR. Our staff will come to you in full PPE gear to perform the test.
As we head into our third week of being a CBAC (community based assessment centre) we thought we'd share a few figures on our patient numbers from our clinic at Northcross.
Keep safe everyone and thanks for your patience!
For the last couple of weeks, we are told that Hospitals have cancelled all non urgent bookings. But as we are seeing it so far, only 5 patients are in hospital with the virus. So they are sitting at 50 or 60% occupancy levels. But it means hundreds are at home in pain or other difficulty, needing some surgery or other treatment, which maybe now should start getting back into the system. Those people may only be in hospital overnight, or a few days.
Even if the worst happened, and the virus attacked patient numbers had a ten fold jump, that would mean an extra 50, spread across hospitals all over the country! Not too hard to deal with I am sure. Time for a rethink perhaps? Life is still going on!
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