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Further information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

With the current ongoing situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19) many patients and their families will have questions about their homecare service.

We are receiving a high volume of calls, so the call wait time may be long. Please review our FAQs for help with your enquiry.

Additionally the National Clinical Homecare Association, of which LPCH is a member of, have created a page on their website with helpful further information. The FAQs and responses will be updated daily as the situation develops. Please click here to access the information on the NCHA website.

Thank you

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you as Patients for your messages of support and thanks at this unusual time. Our teams are working really hard to ensure your care continues to be delivered to the highest standards possible. Your messages of support and thanks have been really welcomed by our teams – thank you.

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