Notice to clients of Madison Healthstyle
Updated – Thursday 23rd April 2020 at 10am QLD time
The last few weeks have been challenging for everyone! We have implemented our ‘Infectious Disease Management Plan’ and continue to work within the State and Federal Government guidelines to provide a safe care environment for you and your family.
All our locations are open, prepared and ready to help you with your Allied Healthcare needs during this period of restrictions. Some changes are in effect, but it is important to know that – You are allowed to leave your home to attend healthcare appointments with us!
Please make sure that you follow the steps below –
Are you feeling unwell?
We care about the health and wellbeing of our clients .
If you have recently returned from overseas, please let us know so that we can work with you to reschedule your appointment for a time after your personal quarantine time. Currently the best advice for the appropriate quarantine times are available from the QLD Health website (click here)
Sometimes people can be affected by the spread of a new virus like COVID-19 without travelling to affected areas, or knowingly interacting with those who have. Therefore we ask that you advise us if you are feeling unwell and suffering from any of the following symptoms that are unusual for you:
- Active cough
- Sore throat, runny nose
- Nausea and vomiting
- Joint pain and muscular aches
- Weakness ,fatigue
- Shortness of breath
We recommend you contact your GP or hospital Emergency Department if you suspect you may have been exposed to the COVID-19 virus,
We will happily reschedule your appointment to a time in the future to allow you to get better.
For health and wellbeing of other clients in the clinic, it is important that you call and speak to our staff about your health status if you have concerns.
Please note that clients who are actively coughing may be asked to wear a mask as a precaution to reduce the potential risk of spreading an infection whether confirmed as COVID-19 or not.
For further details please visit the World Health Organisation site (click here)