Vaccinations are being delivered according to priority groups identified by the Joint Committee of Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). The vaccinations may not take place at your GP practice, but rather a local vaccination service (led by GPs, practice nurses and community pharmacists) who are responsible for delivering the vaccine to people in your community.
When it is the right time for you to receive your vaccination, you will receive an invitation to come forward. This may be via the phone, or through a letter either from your GP or the national booking system.
We are currently contacting our registered patients who are 70 years and over to book for their Covid Vaccine.
We know lots of people will be eager to get protected but we are asking people not to contact us to get an appointment as you will not be able to get one until you are contacted.
Contact our Doctors to get advice for your problems now
To help keep our phone lines open for urgent calls and for those patients who do not have access online, please use the Econsult service available 24/7. We will respond within 2 working days. Patients have found that this service works particularly well through the NHS app as well as via the website at the bottom of this page. Scroll to the bottom and where it says "contact our doctors to get advice" use the "administrative help" box.
Please do not attend the surgery unless you have a pre-booked appointment with us. A face covering is to be worn in the surgery.
Repeat prescription requests/letters can be left in our post box on the side of the building.
“Please do not come to the surgery if you have any symptoms of coronavirus. These include a high temperature or a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.
“If you have these symptoms, please book a free test by visiting the government website or calling 119 and self-isolate with members of your household until you get the results.
“If you test positive you must self-isolate for 10 days from when your symptoms started and those you live with must self-isolate for 14 days, but they don’t need to get tested unless they develop symptoms too.
“If other members of your household develop symptoms too, they should get tested and if the result is positive they must self-isolate for 10 days from when their symptoms started, which might mean they self-isolate for longer than 14 days overall."
We are excited to announce the launch of eConsult for our patients. The Service can be accessed via the banner above and will enable patients to access safe and efficient advice for their health conditions and consult with their GP from the convenience of their own home.
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(Site updated 21/01/2021)