Adverse Weather conditions

Posted: March 1, 2018


Due to the adverse weather, Yate Minor Injuries Unit will close at 3pm today – March 2.
Staff are travelling on foot to make essential home visits throughout South Gloucestershire today; please bear with them if they are later than usual as conditions are hazardous.
Non-essential home visits have been cancelled and all affected individuals informed, however, if you feel your condition has deteriorated please contact us via the numbers in your personal folders or call this dedicated number 0300 124 5310.
We are sorry but we are unable to make deliveries today – March 2 – from our Community Equipment Service in Bath and North East Somerset due to the conditions.
Some clinics have been cancelled and individuals have been informed. These are listed below.

Where clinics are not cancelled, we do not want you to put yourself at risk and if you are unable to attend we will assume it is due to the weather conditions and we will make you a new appointment.

March 2

All Community Paediatric clinics at Ilminster Avenue are cancelled
All Community Paediatric Clinics at Longcross Childrens Centre will become telephone clinics
Eye Clinic scheduled at Eastgate has also been cancelled.
All physiotherapy and podiatry clinics at Cossham and Thornbury have been cancelled.
Dressing clinics on Saturday and Sunday at Cossham and Yate are cancelled

Cancellations 1 March are:

Dermatology Clinic – Downend

Diabetes Clinic – Leap Valley

Respiratory Oxygen Clinic – Leap Valley

Pulmonary Rehabilitation – Bradley Stoke

All physiotherapy services have been cancelled this afternoon and until 10am tomorrow so staff can assess the situation in the morning.

The x-ray service provided by North Bristol NHS Trust has closed earlier than usual at Yate Minor Injuries Unit.