As the scale of the coronavirus pandemic increases we are taking further steps to protect clients, staff and patients alike.
- To aid social distancing we will be running appointments spaced 20 minutes apart alternating between dogs and cats so that there should only be patient at each end of the waiting room at any one time
- Door handles, credit card pin pads and waiting areas are sanitised on a regular basis and between patients where ever possible.
- Staff will avoid unnecessary handling/greeting of pets and try and maintain a respectful distance where ever possible.
- In order to protect our team, we will be working with a skeleton staff. Please be patient with those still working at this very difficult time.
- Medications can be paid for by telephone and posted to you. We have an agreement with a local taxi firm to deliver larger items such as bags/tins for food for a set fee of between £7-10 dependent on where you live.
Please could you help us to help you by doing the following.
- When calling for an appointment please try and take the time that is offered to you for reasons above.
- When visiting the surgery please bring the absolute minimum number of people with you. Children should not be brought to the surgery.
- If you would prefer, please wait outside/in your vehicle when you arrive for your appointment and give us a quick call to say you are outside. We will fetch you in when it is your turn.
- Please use the door nearest to your end of the waiting room to avoid bumping into someone who may just be leaving. Both cat and dog areas of the waiting room have their own separate doors.
- When arriving at and leaving the surgery please use the hand sanitiser provided.
- Where ever possible please pay using a contactless means or chip and pin. Cash should be an absolute last resort.
- If your pet is on regular medication or a special diet please give us several days notice when you need to order as our supply chain is increasing their turn around times.
Please rest assured that should your pet need us, in sickness or an emergency we are still here to help.
Call if you need us,
Jon, Kirsty and all of the team at Best Friends
Telephone 01684 573 333
Best Friends Veterinary Surgery, 154 Worcester Road, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 1AA
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