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Consulting Room Hire at Keats House – 12 Frequently Asked Questions

We welcome your questions regarding consulting room hire at Keats House. Some of the most frequently asked questions and their answers are featured below. If you can’t see the answer to your question here, please do not hesitate to get in touch to discuss any specific queries you may have. We look forward to hearing from you.

FAQs

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1. Who can use Keats House Consulting Rooms?

Keats House is suitable for all types of healthcare providers including private clinical consultants, private GPs, therapists, occupational health practitioners and medico-legal consultants who require professional and comfortable rooms close to good public transport links. All of our 16 rooms are finished to a high standard and five also include examination beds and hand-washing facilities. Keats House has a D1 licence for medical and healthcare services.

2. Are there consulting rooms currently available?

We are currently experiencing a high level of interest in our consulting rooms, particularly as there is a return from remote consultations to face-to-face patient consultations. We always try however to fulfil practitioners room requirements wherever we can, and encourage practitioners to book ahead and to enquire regarding vacancies as soon and as early as possible to avoid disappointment.

3. Can I use the consulting rooms at Keats House on an ad hoc basis?

Consulting rooms can be hired on a regular basis or on an ad hoc basis – and at short notice subject to availability. At busy times however, we cannot always guarantee a specific room unless booked in advance. Many practitioners choose to book on a regular basis and well in advance in order ensure availability or to secure a specific room.

4. How much does it cost to hire one of the consulting rooms at Keats House?

Consulting room hire prices start from £35 an hour. Special rates are available for regular and extended bookings.

5. Do I have to pay a deposit to hire the consulting rooms at Keats House?

No. We prefer to offer as flexible a service as possible to practitioners and do not charge deposits.

6. What is included in the hire price of a consulting room at Keats House?

All consulting room rates at Keats House include the following:

– a full meet and greet service for patients/clients from our full-time reception team;
– support services such as photocopying and telephone answering;
– a comfortable, spacious waiting area for patients/clients;
– free wifi;
– complimentary refreshments for patients and practitioners;
– use of kitchen facilities for practitioners;
– all cleaning and utility costs

Regular users of Keats House also have the opportunity to be featured on the Consultants page of our website.

7. Do you offer consulting rooms for hire at the weekends and in the evenings?

We are open from 8am to 8pm, Monday to Friday and on Saturdays 8am to 5pm. Our full-time reception team provides support during these hours too.

8. Is Keats House accessible?

There is lift to all floors and there are disabled toilet facilities at Keats House. A portable ramp is available to enable access to the front entrance. Please note, for health and safety reasons this ramp is regrettably not suitable for powered wheelchairs.

9. How do I book a consulting room at Keats House?

Contact our Practice Manager either by phone or email to discuss your specific requirements and to talk through our booking process.

10. Can I view the consulting rooms?

We welcome enquiries and would be happy to show you round the facilities at Keats House. Contact our Practice Manager to arrange a no-obligation viewing.

11. What accreditations and documentation do I need to provide before booking a consulting room at Keats House?

We ask that all practitioners hiring rooms at Keats House provide evidence of professional accreditation such as from the GMC or from an equivalent recognised professional body, as well as proof of indemnity insurance.

12. What precautions against Covid 19 are being undertaken at Keats House?

 

The safety of practitioners and their patients and of our staff is of the utmost importance to us. We have put in place a number of measures including regular deep cleaning, hand sanitisers throughout the building, an air-purifier in the waiting area and the requirement for all staff and visitors to wear a face covering in public areas, in order to make Keats House as Covid-secure as possible for all.