Covid-19 Safety Measures
This page is continually updated. Please check this page and our social media channels regularly for the latest information. This will be in accordance with advice given from local authorities and the government on Covid-19.
As we continue to move out of the Covid-19 pandemic, we have removed many of our remaining Covid-19 measures in line with national guidelines.
Currently at London Gynaecology you are not required to wear a face mask or adhere to social distancing in our non-clinical areas.
You are always welcome to wear a mask if you wish to do so, even where it is no longer a requirement.
If you are coming in for an outpatient, maternity or diagnostic appointment, you are welcome to have someone with you.
To keep everyone safe please do not come to the clinic if you have any respiratory illnesses such as flu or Covid-19 (unless emergency attention is needed).
We do continue to urge everyone who is eligible to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
To ensure we are maintaining the highest levels of infection control, we ask that you are aware of the guidance regarding handwashing. One of the easiest ways to protect yourself and others from illnesses such as food poisoning and flu and COVID-19 is by washing your hands. By doing so, it removes dirt, viruses and bacteria and therefore stops the spread of viruses to other people and on to objects. We encourage patients to view the guidance regarding handwashing techniques and best practice prior to your appointment.
The handwashing guidance is by the NHS National Safety Agency and has been adapted from the World Health Organisation on hand hygiene and care.