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See below a NW London resource to support practitioners in caring for patients amidst the Covid-19 emergency.

Download here. 

Please download here further information on NWL cancer communications. 

Please download here further information on ECC Covid guidance 

For full document please click HERE

Please see below new useful information related to Diabetes:

Sick day rules for patients  - download here 

Emergency department discharge, clinical strategy and outpatient prioritisation - download here

Recommended PPE for primary, outpatient and community care by setting, NHS and independent sector - download here. 

As you will see from the covering letter and the guidance, please find attached Emergency oxygen guidance for primary care settings produced by the London Respiratory Clinical Network. This guide was produced for health care professionals working in hot sites with guidance on the use of emergency oxygen therapy to treat patients with hypoxaemia associated with suspected or confirmed Covid-19. It has been developed using the British Thoracic Society guidelines for Emergency Oxygen1 and expert clinical consensus across London. 

Download here.

Download here Death Certification and Pronouncement definitions and responsibilities

Download here the dirty hub home visit sats monitoring pathway.

Download here - Healthwatch useful contact list.

Routine referrals letter - download here

Please download here the two attachments regarding services changes to St Charles Health and Wellbeing Centre. These have been taken as a temporary emergency measure to help manage the developing local need and support social distancing.

Due to the rapid development of Covid-19, the NHS in North West London and Central London Community Healthcare Trust have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the St Charles Urgent Care Centre service from tomorrow Tuesday 14th April.  Staff will be redeployed to support the Covid-19 response, providing clinical support and care for our most vulnerable patients. Further information can be found on our website here