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Speak with our specialist Lyme Disease Team: Call +44 (0)203 095 0009
Speak with our specialist Lyme Disease Team: Call +44 (0)203 095 0009
Speak with our specialist Lyme Disease Team: Call +44 (0)203 095 0009

Collaborating with: BCA-Clinic & MakeWell

Speak with our specialist Lyme Disease Team:
Call +44 (0)203 095 0009

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 10:00 to 17:30

Collaborating with: BCA-Clinic & MakeWell

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Q&A’s about our Lyme Clinic, our patients & Coronavirus

Please note that this Q&A section will be continually updated in line with advice from the UK Government and the WHO. Therefore, we recommend that you keep rechecking this page or following our Facebook page @lymediseaseclinic to stay abreast of the latest information as it happens.

Is your clinic still open?

Yes, our London clinic is currently open to help existing and new patients with Lyme disease. You can reach us by telephone or email during opening hours, and make an appointment to see the Lyme team.

Call us on: +44 (0)203 095 0009

You may also Email us on: info@lymediseaseclinic.co.uk

Can I still come into your clinic for an appointment?

We still have our full Lyme team in the clinic able to treat you, do your bloodwork, or to make an appointment with Lyme Nurse Georgia Tuckey or Dr Joshua Berkowitz.

We understand that many of our patients, already unwell with Lyme disease, will be concerned about coming to the clinic for appointments, treatment and blood work.

Where possible, it is still best to come to the clinic as you would any other medical appointment and this would be considered ‘essential travel’ for your health.

We must state however, that you must do what you feel is best for you. If travel to London is currently a challenge, please call us to discuss your particular circumstance and we work with you to find a solution.

Is it safe for me to travel to your clinic?

As a medical clinic we continue to take advice from the World Health Organisation and the UK Government. This advice continues to change daily and our best advice is that you must do what feels best for your personal situation.

Our clinic itself currently poses a low risk environment due to our enhanced treatment protocol and low patient numbers we are seeing on a daily basis at the moment.

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