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FACE MASK POLICY 


Although face masks will no longer be a legal requirement from 19 July 2021, as a clinical healthcare setting, Kiveton Park Medical Practice has decided that all staff and patients must continue to wear masks within the surgery until further notice. 


Infection rates of Covid-19 are on the increase, especially in our locality, and we feel it is imperative that we protect our most vulnerable patients and our workforce.  This is essential if we are to continue to provide patients with a local primary care service.  The Delta variant is highly contagious and has the potential to spread quickly in confined areas.  We simply cannot risk acting as a focus for infection. 


We thank patients for their understanding and co-operation.  In the hopefully unlikely event that a patient refuses to respect this request, then they may be asked to rearrange the appointment so that we can see them in a COVID secure environment. 


Thank you.

Care Quality Commission

March 2016 Inspection Report

Kiveton Park Medical Practice is pleased to be awarded an overall rating of ‘Good’ after our formal inspection by the Care Quality Commission last December.

We are delighted that the efforts of our staff to meet the needs of our patients were recognised with a rating of ‘Outstanding’ in the ‘Responsive’ domain.

We are disappointed that a procedural issue around the paperwork of a new staff member led to a ‘Requires Improvement’ rating across the entire ‘Patient Safety’ domain; this has already been corrected and the Partners are content that all Regulatory requirements are now satisfied. 

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