Important Covid-19 Update
Our fully licensed and accredited day surgery is still welcoming patients with many patients proceeding with their elective surgery as scheduled. Working together with stringent measures to protect your health.
Dr Daryl Hodgkinson is closely monitoring developments regarding (COVID-19), and has implemented decisive actions to ensure patients, visitors and staff remain safe.
The Double Bay Cosmetic & Restorative Surgery Clinic, is working closely with the Department of Health and Human Services. We are in regular contact with these organisations, responding to requests for information and providing advice to assist our patients.
If you have had your overseas travel cancelled you may now have the time available to proceed with surgery that you have been researching and considering for years.
To ensure your health, We work closely with medical bodies and government to ensure that our patients and surgical staff are informed with the latest advice on Coronavirus to disseminate best practice advice.
Your safety has always been and remains our priority. We will continue to provide the best quality of care and safety to all our patients.All patients booked for admission are screened for symptoms and travel history.
You may care to telephone 9362 7400 for any support queries . Skype and online consultations are available with Dr Hodgkinson. He is also happy to continue consulting at clinic, confident that our stringent measures will protect us all from any unlikely contamination.
For all visitors to the clinic & day surgery
To protect the ongoing safety of our patients, staff and doctors, visitors to our clinic are restricted.
These include but are not limited to:
- Front door only for entry, this is now a locked entrance for screening purposes.
- Written screening of everyone who enters the building, as well as temperature screening.
- One relative only to accompany each patient.
- Children are not permitted on the premises.
- Social distancing is enforced.
- Hand wash is available as are facemasks.
- All fabric towels, magazines and tea towels have been removed from the clinic.