Monday 8th June
Things are really getting going now with our attempts to reopen the practice, we have been instructed that if we complete a mountain of paperwork and obtain elusive PPE, we would be allowed to see private (and HDP) patients at the surgery for a few, emergency only, non AGP’s (aerosol generating procedures).
With this in mind Ionagh took a deep breath and started with the first of many risk assessments…
Tuesday 9th June
We received a further delivery of PPE from Wrights today. We therefore feel we are making good headway into being allowed to open soon. We still do not have correct masks to perform aerosol procedures, but as these are not allowed under current guidelines, it is not a primary concern at the moment.
To counteract her work on risk assessments, Ionagh yet again excelled in the Yorkshire pudding stakes when she made her first toad in the hole.
As Chelsea used to wear her tooth decorated trainers in the surgery, she has had to purchase new wipe-able shoes to conform with new regulations… we are delighted that she will also be able to wear them on her regular yachting holidays…
Thursday 11th June
Since Lockdown Keely has been raving about her “oodie”….. this has caused an huge amount of adverts to appear on the Facebook pages of other members of the practice. Today’s advert however did contain an uncanny likeness to Keely during lockdown (although she reported the dummy should be replaced by a bottle of Prosecco)
Friday 12th June
The hunt for the elusive PPE continues….. although it may be safe to say that Ken may be going overboard…… although he suggests that it would be useful for Keely as she has been made to pair up with Helen..