CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION/UPDATE – HADDO MEDICAL GROUP


HADDO MEDICAL GROUP HAVE THIS CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION/UPDATE

Due to the evolving Coronavirus situation, Haddo Medical Group are taking proactive steps to minimise the exposure risk to all of our patients and staff. In line with this, we are actively trying to minimise footfall into the practice during this time.

 

 

Appointments
• All requests for appointments will be triaged.
• Reception staff will continue to take details and you will be contacted by a clinician.
• If you require an appointment, please contact the surgery by telephone.
• More appointments will be dealt with over the telephone.

Please do not attend the surgery unless you have been advised to by a clinician.

If you have been advised to attend by a clinician, please do not be alarmed if they are wearing personal protective equipment.
If you develop new symptoms consistent with the Coronavirus infection please telephone the surgery for further advice prior to attending.

Pre-booked Appointments

• If you already have a pre-booked appointment, you may be contacted to change this to a telephone appointment.
• If you are not contacted, please attend the surgery as normal.

Contacting Patients
• We might not have been able to contact you as for some patients we do not have an up to date number.
• Please ensure we have an up to date telephone number and where possible email address.

Prescription Requests
• You can still request prescriptions via the online service.
• To reduce your need to come to the Surgery, you can hand your prescription request directly to Tarves Pharmacy.
• Please indicate which pharmacy you would like your prescription to be sent to for collection.

• Where possible, do not take your prescription request to the surgery.

Attending the Surgery
• Unless you specifically need a carer with you, please attend the surgery alone.

As per current government instructions, if you develop a new / or continuous cough- with or without a fever, please stay at home for 14 days from the start of your symptoms even if they are mild.

At present, GP practices have no ability to test for Coronavirus. Information about most medical conditions, including Coronavirus, can be found online at NHS inform

Many of us will likely only experience mild symptoms, however it is absolutely vital that we do all we can to protect the most vulnerable people in our community. We are aware that this is a very difficult time and appreciate your patience and understanding as this situation evolves.

Please note that these are unprecedented times and we ask that all patients remain calm while all NHS Services are

put under additional strain.

Viv Tanner
Practice Manager
Haddo Medical Group

TARVES SOUP N SWEET – 14 MARCH 2020

Stagecoach Bus Proposed Changes April 2020

Stagecoach Bus Proposed Changes April 2020

Stagecoach Bluebird is inviting customers to give feedback on proposed changes to timetables. Feedback is welcomed until Sunday 16th February and can be submitted via email  bluebird.enquiries@stagecoachbus.com or at one of the events listed below.

Only change appearing to affect Methlick directly is to the 291

Service 291 Aberdeen – Methlick – Fyvie The first trip from Methlick to Aberdeen has been revised to improve punctuality and improve connection times with other services in Aberdeen. The journey will now depart Methlick at 06:18Hrs. To accommodate this, the first trip to Methlick will depart Aberdeen at 05:10Hrs.

Consultation Events

Monday 10th February –

0700 – 1000 – Peterhead Interchange
1600 – 1800 – Fraserburgh Bus Station

Tuesday 11th February –

1600 – 1900 – Aberdeen bus station

Wednesday 12th February –

0700 – 1000 – Fraserburgh Bus Station
1600 – 1800 – Peterhead Interchange

Thursday 13th February –

0630 – 0900 – Ellon Park & Ride
1300 – 1500 – Chapelton Cabin

Friday 14th February –

1600 – 1900 – Aberdeen Bus Station

Full details of the proposed changes to services operated by Stagecoach Bluebird can be downloaded using the below links. 

Buchan Guide
Stonehaven Guide 
Inverurie  Guide
Service 10
Service 34
Service 35
Alford Kemnay
Deeside, see also the Banchory Map
Westhill Guide, see also the Westhill Map
Service 59 . Deadline for feedback is 16th February 2020. 

Full details can also be found online here – https://www.stagecoachbus.com/service-updates/serviceupdatesarticle?SituationId=ID-04/02/2020-07:32:39:957

FW: For Information: Road Closure – C31C Bronie Bridge 17-21/02/2020

Good morning,

Please be advised that C31c at Bronie Bridge will be subject to a closure from 17 February 2020 for 5 days, for bridge repairs.
A signed diversion will be via C31C, A947, A920 and vice versa.
Please see link to map below.

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Lianne Robinson
Technical Assistant
Aberdeenshire Council
Infrastructure Services – Roads

Work Pattern – Mon, Tues & Weds

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Review of Local Fire and Rescue Plans


Following publication of the < www.firescotland.gov.uk/media/1476819/SFRS_Strategic_Plan_2019_22_V 1.0.pdf> Scottish Fire and Rescue Service Strategic Plan 2019-22 in October 2019, we will be reviewing and revising our < www.firescotland.gov.uk/about-us/local-plans.aspx> Local Fire and Rescue Plans over the next few months. This is to ensure our local priorities align to our new strategic ambitions as well as remain relevant to local risk.

Your views are an important part of this review, and I wish to invite you to participate in a short survey. The survey is available online on the < firescotland.citizenspace.com/planning-and-performance/local-fire-a nd-rescue-plan-review-2020> SFRS Consultation Hub and will be open until 18 March 2020.

I would appreciate it if you could share with with any groups you may be involved with.

If you wish to discuss this further or wish to discuss any other fire and rescue service matter, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Kind Regards

Paul

Paul Berrisford,Station Commander- North Service Delivery,Scottish Fire & Rescue Service, Aberdeen .
T- 01467 629982 M – 07741234947 E- <
mailto:paul.berrisford@firescotland.gov.uk> paul.berrisford@firescotland.gov.uk

Tolquhon Road closure U235C 10 February 2020

Please be advised that U235C between B999 and Newseat of Tolquhon will be subject to a closure from 10 February 2020 for 12 days, to allow drainage works to be carried out. No suitable diversion is available. Please see link to map below.

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Regards
Paul Wilson Technical Assistant Formartine Area Office 29 Bridge Street Ellon AB41 9AA

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Community Engagement Events

The next phase of Formartine Community Engagement events takes place in January following the successful implementation of these events in early 2019. For this phase we have teamed up with Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership so the events will have representatives from far more services. Local Policing Inspector Andy Scott said: “These are partner focussed events offering face to face contact with our communities to identify areas of concerns and issues. Whilst it is widely acknowledged there is already accessible means in which the public can contact each agency, many often do not want to attend Police Stations, Council Offices etc. and are not comfortable utilising social media platforms. It is often these individuals who form the majority of our most vulnerable citizens and as such the Community Surgeries will continue to encourage them to come along and address the most relevant agency with their concerns.” The dates of the surgeries are as follows; 31st January 2020 1000hrs – 1200hrs – Balmedie Library 1330hrs – 1530hrs – Pitmedden Hall The event will be attended by the following partners; . Police Scotland . Scottish Fire and Rescue Service . NHS . Aberdeenshire Council Area Office . Aberdeenshire Health and Social Care Partnership . Elected Members . Aberdeenshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership . Aberdeenshire Council Roads . Aberdeenshire Council Housing . Aberdeenshire Council Passenger Transport Unit . Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action . Citizens Advice Bureau . Formartine Community Councils

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