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Horder Updates

Horder Healthcare is playing its part in the fight against coronavirus. In these exceptional circumstances, it is vital that we all pull together as a healthcare system to provide the best care possible.


Stay Active

With social distancing guidelines meaning many in older age or those with reduced mobility are less able to leave home, it’s important to try and stay active and mobile to maintain your body’s strength, reduce the risk of developing health conditions and boost your wellbeing.


Official Guidance

Visit GOV.UK for the latest information on the outbreak. The NHS website also has more information about how coronavirus is spread, common questions about the virus and information about the 111 service for those who need specific advice.


Your Wellbeing

Maintaining physical and mental health is vital during these uncertain times and there are many steps you can take to support and manage your wellbeing to help build a routine while staying at home.

Get referred to The Horder Centre today

The Horder Centre provides the highest quality services to NHS, privately insured and self-pay patients, from initial consultation and diagnostic tests right through to surgical treatment and rehabilitation.

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