28th February update
Masks are required in healthcare settings for both staff and clients. You must wear a mask if you are attending an IFPA clinic. If you have a mask exemption, please let us know in advance of your appointment so that we can accommodate you.
We have limited waiting room space, to keep everyone safe we ask that you attend on your own. If you need to bring someone with you such as a carer or a guardian, please let us know in advance so that we can accommodate you.
The patient room is thoroughly cleaned with antiseptic wipes after each use by a staff member wearing a mask. The clinic reception, waiting room and bathroom are all thoroughly cleaned on a regular basis. We have also installed air disinfection systems in both of our clinics.
If you have symptoms of coronavirus/COVID-19, are awaiting a test result, or are a close contact of a confirmed or suspected case, you should not attend the clinic. Please contact us and we can discuss how best to provide you with the care you need.
We are keeping all the above measures under review, and they may change depending on HSE or Government guidance. Updates will be posted on our website, ifpa.ie, and on social media (Twitter, Facebook, instagram).
Thank you for your cooperation!