A Dentist on Centre
Coronavirus Action Plan
Coronavirus Action Plan
The safety and health of our patients and team members are our number one priority at A Dentist on Centre. We are monitoring closely the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and we have put a number of measures in place over the last few weeks. We appreciate that some of these measures may be inconvenient, however the quickly evolving nature of this situation means we want to be very proactive in our approach. Above all, our interest is in providing a safe environment for all our patients and team members.
We are keeping an absolute high level of infection control and sterilisation protocols and procedures. We are following all the up to date information from the Australian Dental Association and Health Department.
Our action plan below is reviewed on a daily basis.
Hygiene Action Plan
- We ask that only patients attending for treatment be seated in our reception area.
- You will see a number of additional hand sanitisers in the surgery
- We ask all patients and staff to use these upon entering the building and leaving.
- We are completing additional daily cleans to disinfect areas.
- Please use the hand-wash facilities in the bathrooms and at reception.
- Health Action Plan
A Dentist on Centre Health Action Plan applies to both patients and team members. For anyone experiencing flu, cold and cough like symptoms, we ask that you refrain from attending the practice until you have had medical clearance and cessation of all symptoms.
Thank you for respecting our patients and team concerns and our imperative to minimise any risk of transmission within our patients and team, no matter how small the risk.
Overseas Travel Action Plan
A Dentist on Centre Travel Policy applies to both patient and team members.
Patients or staff arriving back from international travel.
A Dentist on Centre asks that you do not attend our practice site for 14 days following arrival back into Australia from international travel.
A Dentist on Centre team members who have been overseas will be required to not return to work for 14 days before returning to normal duties:
Coronavirus – Additional Information
If you are not in an area where COVID-19 is spreading, or have not travelled from an area where COVID-19 is spreading, or have not been in contact with an infected patient, your risk of infection is very low. We are using a mixture of the Australian Government recommendations, updates from the World Health Organisation and overlaying our own specific considerations.