COLTEK CLINIC REMINDER

A section of the clinic staff

We continue to remind the University Community that the College Clinic operating hours have been extended to 10 pm from Monday to Friday.

The laboratory and the pharmacy will be running at full capacity.

there will be a medical doctor present during the extended hours in the person of Dr. Samuel Yorke or Dr. Hannah Konadu Peprah

Members also to take note that, the eye doctor still comes on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday from hours of 2 pm to 5 pm and the college has procured eye equipment to enhance service delivery.

Also in-line with our enhanced social distancing guidelines.
staff are encouraged to use our appointment system by calling this new number 0507009500 to schedule an appointment to avoid over-crowding at the OPD this EXCLUDES emergencies

Individuals experiencing symptoms similar to covid-19 or may like to report a suspected case of covid-19 can kindly use the available covid-19 hotlines; 0507009090 or 0507009595

Symptoms to watch for includes but not limited to Fever or chills, Cough, Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, Fatigue (easily gets tired), muscle or body pains, headache, New loss of taste or smell, sore throat, congestion or runny nose, Nausea or Vomiting, and Diarrhea

Please note any information given, and outcomes of cases are handled with strict confidentiality this applies to contacts tracing.

Even as the fatalities are mostly individuals with underlying medical conditions, we would encourage individuals with any underlining medical condition to continue with their regular follow-up visits as they have been doing, so that we can manage them effectively.

Please note that the clinic undergoes regular disinfection exercises to continue to keep our clients safe.

please let’s endeavor to adhere to prescribed protocols;

Hand and Respiratory hygiene
Physical distancing at least 1m
Wearing of face mask especially in any form of gathering
No mask, No entry policy
we should keep our offices well ventilated as much as possible .

EARLY REPORTING AND DETECTION have very good outcomes.

Thank you.

 

Dr. Ato Kwamena Sagoe

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