Coronavirus Update from Total Orthopaedics

As you will be aware, Coronavirus (COVID-19) has caused a lot of concern throughout the country and indeed the world.

Total Orthopaedics would like to assure our current, past and potential patients that everyone involved in the organisation takes the developing situation very seriously. We have a professional responsibility to ensure all mandatory Health and Safety training is completed, which includes Infection Control and Handwashing techniques.

It is important for all of us to protect our patients from infection, and for our clinicians to protect themselves as well. Therefore, please follow Public Health England’s advice and check NHS 111 online for the latest guidance.

If you have an appointment with any of our consultants and would like to change it, please contact the secretary that booked your appointment. If you have a procedure booked, please contact the hospital directly with any queries.

Given the latest recommendations on social distancing, our consultants can provide initial and/or follow-up consultations by video or phone. Your insurer may also cover this cost, just be sure to confirm with them prior to booking.

To find out the latest information from each of our hospital locations, please visit the links below.

We will continue to update this page as the situation develops.

Updated on 27 March 2020 at 1pm.

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