CHAPERONE POLICY

Would you like a Chaperone?

When attending the doctor or nurse for some examinations or tests you may prefer to have
a chaperone present.

Please ask if you would like a chaperone.

We can give you the following choices;

  • We can rearrange your appointment so that you can be seen by a doctor of the same sex.
  • We can arrange for another nurse or doctor to be present during your examination.
  • One of the receptionists can be present, behind a screen, in the consulting room. 
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