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Chaperone Policy

You are entitled to have a chaperone present for examinations or procedures.

It is Practice policy for a chaperone to be present for any intimate examination and procedures where the Clinician is of a different gender to you, or for you to be offered a chaperone for any intimate examination and procedures even where the Clinician is of the same sex.

You are entitled to decline a chaperone, but in certain circumstances the Doctor or Nurse may feel a chaperone is essential.

Please ask when booking in to reception or on entering the consultation room if you wish a Chaperone to be present.

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