OUR STAFF HAVE RECEIVED TRAINING IN “GUIDANCE AND THE ROLE AND EFFECTIVE USE OF CHAPERONES IN PRIMARY CARE”.
- The role of the Chaperone is to provide comfort and support for the patient and protection for the health care practitioner
- To ensure the patients’ dignity and privacy is upheld
- To identify unusual or unacceptable behaviour
- To ensure the room is suitable and the consultation will not be disturbed during your examination.
Should you wish to have a chaperone present during your consultation, please ensure you speak with a receptionist or your GP.