23rd March 2020

As we all adjust to the continual changes and challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic, our focus is to support our patients in maintaining their overall health and wellbeing in any way we can.

For now, BNCC remains open for business. Our dedicated team of practitioners will continue to offer our services for as long as we can.

As always, the health, safety and wellbeing of our patients and team is our priority. We are following the advice of our Federal and State Governments and health authorities.

We’ve added more preventative hygiene measures to support and protect our patients and the community:

  • Keeping all treatment areas and surfaces sanitised after each patient
  • Keeping frequently touched surfaces (such as door handles, eftpos machine, reception desk) sanitised consistently throughout the day
  • We separated chairs in the waiting room and adjusting appointment times to ensure patients in reception maintain 1.5M apart.
  • We ask that patients who fit the following criteria do not attend our clinic and reschedule their appointments, if they:
    • are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms or feel unwell
    • have recently travelled overseas or in close contact with someone who has recently travelled overseas
    • are in close contact with anyone who may be at risk of COVID-19
  • We ask any of our team members displaying flu-like symptoms or who have recently travelled to refrain from coming to work
  • If you can’t come in to see us, we’re more than happy to chat with you over the phone and discuss your symptoms and things you can do to help while at home

We are all responsible for helping to reduce the impact of this pandemic on our community. Together, we can make  difference by adopting simple hygiene habits such as:

  • Washing your hands often throughout the day, with soap and water (for at least 20 seconds) and dry with a paper towel
  • Use hand sanitiser wherever hand washing is not possible
  • Do not touch your eyes, nose, mouth or face
  • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue, upper sleeve or elbow when you sneeze or cough
  • Minimise contact with others – stand at least 1.5 metres away from people and try to stay at home as much as possible
  • If you feel unwell, stay at home and call your GP for advice

We will continue to regularly review the latest information from relevant health authorities and implement recommended precautions wherever possible. In the meantime, we are here to help by offering our great services, and strive to keep you healthy and strong.