|COVID-19 Risk Status||High|
|Current Symptoms||Fever, cough, loss of appetite|
|Notable Comorbidities||Diabetes, hypertension, obesity|
|Vaccination Status|| Flu - up to date
Pneumococcus - no record
|Mental Health||No concerns identified|
|Fitness & Activity Limitation||Managing well - with limitations|
Consider providing patients with advice on extra steps to protect themselves.
*Please ensure the patient’s Flu and/or pneumococcal vaccination is up-to-date.
Consider advising symptomatic or exposed patients to undertake free NHS coronavirus test. Advise patients to follow NHS guidance on self-isolation.
Consider advising patient to follow NHS guidance on self-isolation and self-care and to not delay getting medical attention if symptoms worsen. As COVID-19 is a notifiable disease, please ensure suspected and confirmed cases are correctly recorded in the patient’s records.
Consider providing patient support with physical rehabilitation and advising the patient to notify the practice of any long-term complications e.g. chronic fatigue. Please consider periodic follow-up review.
Provide patients with appropriate mental health advice and support. Consider referring to mental health services, including local 24/7 open-access mental health crisis support lines where appropriate.
Consider providing appropriate support for frail and functional decline patients on the basis of their needs. Please consider offering patients local support with physical rehabilitation where appropriate.
|Contacted NHS 111 by phone or online for COVID-19 infection or symptoms||Yes|
|Consulted GP/practice nurse over the phone or online for COVID-19 infection or symptoms||Yes|
|Consulted GP/practice nurse face-to-face for COVID-19 infection or symptoms||No|
|Visited Accident and Emergency for COVID-19 infection or symptoms||Yes|
|Admitted to intensive or critical care for COVID-19 infection or symptoms||No|
|Received other treatment in hospital||Yes|
|How many people are in your household including yourself?||3|
|Have you been exposed to someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 infection?||Yes, confirmed|