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  • Jane Batchelor

Rapid premises adaptations create a Covid-19 HOT Hub in Liverpool

Updated: Aug 7, 2020

Liverpool & Sefton Health Partnership rapidly carried out a range of works to turn the South Liverpool Treatment Centre (SLTC) into a ‘Hot Hub’ for patients with Covid-19 symptoms. The building has been easily able to accommodate significant short-term premises adaptions with an eye on what longer term and perhaps permanent changes may be needed.

During the works, SLTC remained open and continued to offer limited services for green patients (non Covid) including phlebotomy, treatment rooms, urgent podiatry, and

anti-coagulation clinics.

With the co-operation of tenants, these services were relocated from Garston Suite to other clinical zones around the building, observing social distancing 2m rules and by appointment only. The two GP Practices and child immunisations continued in the GP area, by appointment only. The pharmacy on site also remained open. Read the full case study here:

SLTC Hot Hub Case Study _June 2020_Final
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Photo Credit: Infinite 3D Photography



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