COVID 19 Vaccine - We will be in touch with you once its your turn, Please do not call the surgery to query when you will have the vaccine. We are currently working our way through Cohort groups 1-9. We are unable to answer any specific questions about the vaccine at the moment, once we have been advised further information will become available. There will be a national process that will send invitations to patients in a priority order which again will be decided by NHS England.
If you are aged 50 or above and have not been invited or had your 1st COVID vaccine please contact the Surgery to book an appointment.
DO NOT come into surgery or attend A&E or Urgent Care Centres if you have a new continuous cough and or a high temperature above 37.8 degrees and or a loss of smell and taste. If you have these symptoms please isolate and visit NHS 111 website www.111.nhs for advice and guidance or by telephone on 111.
Call 999 - if you feel very unwell or think there is something seriously wrong.
Need help with getting a test? call 119 from 7am - 11pm or go to www.gov.uk
If you have any questions or queries regarding self-isolation, symptoms or MED 3 (sick note) please either go to 111.nhs.uk or call 111 who will offer guidance. Please do not ask our reception staff as we do not have the capacity to take these phone calls at the moment.
We have implemented an appointment triage system with immediate effect. You will be asked by a member of our reception team what your symptoms are and booked in for a telephone triage appointment with one of our clinicians.
Any Face to face appointments will be booked by the clinician when agreed during this triage consultation. Please ensure we have your correct contact details.
For up to date information from NHS England and Public Health regarding Coronavirus and its current status please go to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
In line with the advice from NHS England we are suspending online bookings for appointments until further notice. This is to mitigate any risk that any potentially infected patients book appointments online or attend the practice. You can still order prescriptions on line via patient access.