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Last Updated on: 26/03/2020 at 1:00pm

PATIENT information about coronavirus

Brent Escalation Care Clinic

We are here to support the assessment of patients in Brent with or suspected to have Coronavirus

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Opening times

From 22nd June 2021, our Brent Escalation Care Centre – ECC, will operate from 11am to 4pm Monday to Sunday, seven days a week.

Monday to Sunday: 11:00am to 04:00pm

About Brent ECC

The Brent coronavirus Patient Assessment Centre (Escalation Care Clinic – ECC) is based at the Willesden Centre for Health and launched on Friday 27 March 2020. This service is for patients who live in Brent with or suspected to have Coronavirus. Brent ECC is only accessible through referral by a GP, Hospital or 111. Patients cannot self-refer into this service. This service is commissioned by NHS Brent Clinical Commissioning Group.

Finding us

Find travel information to the Brent Escalation Care Clinic.

IMPORTANT:

  • Please ask patients to park in the two bays beside the Brent ECC entrance.
  • The entrance to the Brent ECC is through an access ramp to the side of the Willesden Centre for Health – this is NOT the front entrance to the Willesden Centre for Health.
  • A member of our team will collect the patient from their vehicle and escort them to the assessment centre.
  • You can see a photo of where patients should park here:

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The Brent coronavirus Patient Assessment Centre (Escalation Care Clinic – ECC)

Rear Car Park, Willesden Centre for Health and Care, Harlesden Road, London, NW10 3RY

Resources

Message from Dr MC Patel, Brent CCG Chair
Service Summary for staff
Week 1 Summary from Dr Aumran Tahir (5 April 2020)
Week 2 Summary from Dr Aumran Tahir (12 April 2020)
Week 3 Summary from Dr Aumran Tahir (19 April 2020)
Week 5 Summary from Dr Aumran Tahir (2 May 2020)
Safety protocols for staff
Key Worker Testing: Staff Training
EMIS: How to consult for Brent ECC
EMIS: How to book a patient in
Donning and Doffing PPE
How to use the telephones at Brent ECC
Respiratory Techniques - by Dr Munshi at Queens Hospital
Ealing CCG: Respiratory Guidance on Management of COVID-19 (9 April 2020)

1What is the exact address?

Willesden Centre for Health and Care, Robson Avenue, London, NW10 3RY

2Where do I park?

Anywhere on Robson Avenue (main road) – parking enforcement has been suspended by the council. We have coned the disabled bays which have been allocated for patients to park and easily access the assessment centre.

3How do I get in?

Enter via the main entrance of Willesden Centre for Health and Care. Upon entry, turn right and enter the double doors for Burnley Medical Practice. The assessment centre is being run from the practice premises, and Burnley Medical Practice has temporarily relocated to the first floor of the premises.

1NHS England: About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

2NHS Employers: Free access to wellbeing apps for all NHS staff

3Wellbeing apps free to Londoners

4NHS.uk: Self-help apps and websites

5NHS Employers: staff wellbeing and support

6Checkify: NHS staff going home checklist

7WHO: Coping with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak

8Mental Health Foundation: Looking after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak

9Rethink Mental Illness: COVID-19 and Mental Illness

10NHS England: Learning Disability and Autism Resource for Coronavirus

11Ted Talk: Why we all need to practice emotional first aid by Guy Winch

12CHAIN: Covid-19 resources

13RC Psych: COVID-19 Support for patients and carers

14Support the workers: by experts in disaster response and crisis psychology

15PHE: Every Mind Matters

16Mind: Coronavirus and your wellbeing

17Mind: what can I do when I’m feeling overwhelmed?

18Beating the blues: beat depression and anxiety

19Coronavirus Anxiety: 4 Ways to Cope with Fear by John M. Grohol, Psy.D

Coronavirus Anxiety: 4 Ways to Cope with Fear by John M. Grohol, Psy.D

20GOV.uk: What is self isolation and why is it important

21Managing stress during COVID-19: Brief training for managers and leaders

22Imparts: condition-specific charities providing support

23Key human factors messages – when working under pressure

24Maudsley Learning: Mental Health & Covid-19

25GP Support Line for GP Hot Sites and Respiratory Queries Across NWL

The following message is from: Dr Sarah Elkin | Respiratory Consultant & Director of Integrated care, Imperial | NWL Respiratory Lead
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Dear all,
We have set up a GP support line for GP hot sites AND respiratory queries across NWL.
The number is: 020 3311 4488
It will be manned daily (until further notice) and we will be able to forward any queries to the correct person if needs be.
Currently Mon-Fri 9am-6pm whilst waiting for more consultants from NWL to come forward to help. Aim is to extend hours.
We are also continuing with non urgent advice on respiratoryadvice@imperial.nhs.uk.
This will have a 2-3 day return whilst we are all on shift ward working.