Boundary House Surgery closed today
Statement From Forest Health regarding the closure of Boundary House today.
"Boundary House GP Surgery in Bracknell is temporarily closed today (11 February 2020) to enable a clean of the surgery as a precautionary measure. The practice will reopen as soon as possible and patients will be advised if their appointment needs to be rearranged.
We apologise for any inconvenience that may have been caused.
Dr Jeremy Mellins, Partner at Boundary House GP Surgery, commented that “We can confirm that a patient was seen at the practice premises on the evening of 10 February, during the Extended Access service, who had travelled through Thailand. As a precautionary measure, the practice has been closed today, 11 February, for a deep clean before opening again as soon as possible. We have been working with our public health teams and would like to inform our patients that all measures are being put in place to assure public and staff safety.”
Patients can still be seen at other practices within the Group at both the Sainsbury’s and Skimped Hill Surgeries.
The latest information and advice on coronavirus from Public Health England is available here."