We are open & we are keeping masks – stay covid aware
This Page was update on 18th July 2021
A reminder that the provision of healthcare have be advised to continue the use of PPE (including the use of masks) in this new phase of covid. At Zest Podiatry we are adhering to the strict rules, guidance and recommendations from the royal college of podiatry and Health England
England in new lifting of RESTRICTIONS (as of 17th July 2021)
We shall continue to wear masks, and ask that patient also continue to adhere to this request. unless medication condition necessitates otherwise.
Can you treat me?
YES – we are able to treat everyone. There are NO health restrictions. We have been adhering to the strict government and society guidelines.
I am high risk, can I come in ?
YES – you can come to Zest Podiatry if you are high risk. If you are shielding then you are one of the clinically extremely vulnerable. We have worked hard to ensure our clinic meets the government guidance so you feel reassured to visit us if your health needs require podiatry treatment.
The government recommendation is to ensure you continue to receive the care you need during this time and access medical assistance where necessary.
Maintaining a safe clinic
We have followed government and the college of podiatry guidelines about social distancing, PPE and clinic hygiene. 48 hours before your appointment you must confirm your current health with our Coronavirus Self-assessment Form. A reminder will be sent by email or by telephone call (if no email facility) and MUST be completed.
If you have signs of covid-19, come into contact with someone suspected or covid positive you will be asked to self-isolate and contact us in 10 days.
Taking a 123 approach to an open clinic
- 1. You may enter the clinic, BUT please ring the door bell as you enter
- 2. You MUST wear a mask or face covering
- 3. On entry you must clean your hands with gel (or ask to use soap and water) then head up to reception
- On your arrival and we will place you in reception, away from others.
- We shall try and limit who you come into contact with.
What if I feel unwell on the appointment day?
If you feel unwell on the day, please call us, we can discuss your symptoms and how best to progress with the appointment, do NOT come in if you feel unwell, we will be sympathetic to late cancellations during this time. We all need to remain safe.