The 13th August we were finally able to “stand down” the ‘red hub’ site, based at the University of Derby Kedleston Road site, which your local NHS set up to assess people suspected of having Covid-19.
This specialist open-air hub was incredibly valuable as we entered the first phase of work in response to the global pandemic, to allow all our NHS services to remain open, reorganise as needed, and work as well as possible during this time.
All NHS services still remain open and covid-secure.
We couldn’t have put together and made this hub work without the help and support of our patients, community, and lots of other individuals and organisations.
We want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped protect our NHS and save lives.
All Derby City GP practices and all in the city primary care network would particularly like to thank:
|Company or Charity group||Individual/personal Donators
|The University of Derby
|Indian Workers Association GB||Sarah-Jane Tidmas|
|Fox’s Biscuits||Beth Nadin|
|M&S Foodhall (Derby Intu)||Linda Edge|
|Butterley Park||Georgina Graham|
|Derby Chinese Methodist Group
45’ Design & Print
Six Street Residents
Sunshine Dry Cleaners
If you need NHS help, please continue to contact your practice, call NHS 111 or visit NHS 111 online, so you can be directed to the right service for you.