As a partner of the NHS, InHealth is proud to have been supporting the NHS every step of the way in the fight against COVID-19, with InHealth staff redeploying into the NHS 111 service, Nightingale Hospitals and directly into NHS Trusts.
We have also continued to provide a number of InHealth services to our patients, so that wherever possible, they can access the vital healthcare that they need.
We understand that during the current national crisis, some of our patients may have concerns about attending appointments in clinical environments, so we want to reassure all patients that at every InHealth clinical setting – whether a mobile unit, standalone diagnostic centre or hospital facility – our staff are equipped with the most appropriate personal protective equipment and resources to deliver healthcare services, in line with Government and NHS England guidance.
The health of our patients remains an absolute priority at InHealth and we continue to take the necessary steps to protect the safety and wellbeing of everyone that we see.
Every member of InHealth staff will wear appropriate personal protective equipment during patient appointments and every location is decontaminated and cleaned, in line with national guidance, including after every patient appointment.
We are also pre-screening every patient when they attend, to make sure that we take the right action and provide the right support.
Now more than ever, providing healthcare and diagnostic services is so important in maintaining the health and wellbeing of people across the UK. At InHealth, we are resolutely focussed on making sure that we balance the need for vulnerable patients to self-isolate or shield, alongside their health needs and having access to vital services that avoid further complications later on.
Our team is here to support every patient that we see, so please rest assured that we are doing everything we can to ensure your safety.