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Respiratory

Current status – 3 March, 2020

Glan Clwyd Hospital

We are providing urgent and routine face-to-face and telephone appointments in Glan Clwyd Hospital and some community hospital sites.  

Outpatient Cancer Clinics are continuing as normal activity in YGC.

Lung Function Diagnostics are operating at a reduced rate due to social distancing regulations and airflow requirements.

We are running face-to-face and telephone clinics for new and existing Interstitial Lung Disease (ILD) patients.

We are offering face-to-face and telephone clinics for new and existing Asthma patients.

We are offering face-to-face and telephone clinics for general respiratory and COPD patients.

Pulse Oximetry is running as normal.

Pulmonary Rehab face-to-face sessions are currently being provided from a community site and plans are in place to increase these shortly.

Ysbyty Gwynedd

We are running a limited number of clinics due to reduced capacity in our Outpatients area due to adhering to social distancing rules.

We are providing urgent and routine face-to-face and telephone appointments for the below clinics: 

• Pleural clinics

• USC clinics 

• Urgent ILD S1

• Limited telephone clinics for Tuberculosis patients and new and existing Asthma patients.

• Xolair injection clinics for Asthma patients are reduced due to lack of capacity and limited space on alternative sites.

Wrexham Maelor Hospital

We are seeing urgent and routine patients either face-to-face or through telephone consultations.

All Urgent Suspected Cancer clinics are running

 

Pleural, ILD and Asthma clinics are running

Lung Function Diagnostics are operating at a reduced rate due to social distancing regulations and airflow requirements.