T Cell Immunity Testing for SARS COV2 now available, please email newpatient@gpplus.com or call 0345 119 6049 VIDEO



New Guidance Published Oct 2020 regarding symptom management in those with SARS COV2 infection” (Dr Copp also strongly advocates the use of hypertonic nasal saline/seawater spray, not just intermittently for prevention, but to also use this intensively/hourly (for 2-3 days) in those who are informed they have been in direct contact with a POS case and for those who experience symptoms/tested POS for the first 72 hrs of their illness) : NICE Publication 191

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The NHS and Public Health organisations are extremely well prepared for outbreaks of new infectious diseases. The NHS has put in place measures to ensure the safety of all patients and NHS staff while also ensuring services are available to the public as normal. Please check the GOV.UK for the latest information.

GP Plus has remain open throughout the crisis to best support those many patients we have served over 20 years now; some of which have complex and challenging issues; irrespective of CoVid 19. However those who may be actively infected should use the standard access portals so that they can be swab tested and given the opportunity for appropriate and shielded medical assessment. If in any doubt; we can perform telephone triage to risk assess the need for an appointment here at Dundas Street where on arrival your forehead temperature will usually be checked. If there is doubt about your type of illness; staff have a procedure in place and will liaise directly with the GP. For direct CV19 concerns: use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do next. Telephone and video calls from GP Plus for those actively ill can be requested and Dr Copp has a lot of experience in this now. It is particularly important for those individuals not getting better by day 6/7 of any Covid-19 illness to seek advice about possible options to reduce their risk of a more severe ‘host response’ reaction in week 2: characterised by lung inflammation and inflammation of blood vessels and related clotting disorders.


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