The rapid spread of Coronavirus is concerning us all and over the last month we’ve been adapting what we’ve been doing and how we work to reduce the risks to our patients, customers and staff.
Our top priority is to be able to continue to provide 24 hour emergency treatment for divers and those with arterial gas embolism.
Therefore, to be able to guarantee emergency care for divers and to protect our staff we are reducing our other activities. We also trying to ensure our clinical staff are available to work in the NHS as much as they are needed.
We have stopped all elective hyperbaric treatments for non emergency indications. We have also stopped all diving and occupational medicals (HSE / OGUK / ENG1) and all training courses. This will be for an initial period but we will be reviewing the situation as it progresses.
Fitness to dive telephone consultations will continue as we can do these without risk.
If you require assistance or have any other queries please email [email protected] and we will reply to your email at the earliest opportunity.
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