Due to the easing of lockdown restrictions, RedArc is able to resume provision of face-to-face services
In line with current guidance, RedArc will continue to use remote services, but when necessary, face-to-face services can now be delivered, it said. These include mental health therapies, physical therapies, complementary therapies, domestic help in the home, second medical opinion and private consultation. Face-to-face services will not be provided to any patients who are high risk, such as those advised to shield or for those who have a preference for a remote service. Christine Husbands,...
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