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Covid-19 Vaccination - why do I have to wait?

Please do not contact the practice to ask about COVID-19 vaccination. You will be contacted when you are eligible.


We have been asked by NHS England and NHS Improvement to start delivering the COVID-19 vaccination programme in December. This will be done by working together with other local GP practices (called a Primary Care Network) to provide the vaccines, rather doing vaccinations here at the practice. To enable everyone to get the vaccine in a safe and controlled way, priority groups have been agreed, so the vaccine can be delivered to people who need it first. We will contact you when you are eligible to receive the vaccine and provide you with information about where to go and when.  


Please don’t contact the practice to ask for a vaccine before then


All Covid-19 Information can be found on the support page. Please click here for more!

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We are proud to be amongst the first to deliver the COVID vaccine. Working closely with neighbouring GP practices and SoliVac, we are complying with rules set by the Government around priority groups and approved locations and are working hard to get the vaccines out as soon as possible. We are committed to get to everyone as quickly as supply permits. We know our patient are understandably anxious about themselves and their relatives receiving the vaccine as soon as possible.  Within the next few days, the majority of our care homes would have received their first vaccine and we're well underway to vaccinating all our over 80s and healthcare workers. We are able to 'up scale' our vaccination centre as the supply of the vaccine hopefully increases. As before, we thank you for your patience and understanding but do ask you 
not to phone the surgery to enquire about when your vaccine will be - we have teams of colleagues calling patients when it's their turn. We will update our website and social media with up dates as we have them

Shielding Information Update 5th of January

CoVax - when it's your turn

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At GPS Healthcare we are fortunate to have a very active and engaged Patient Participation Groups across all 6 of our sites. The groups meet a few times a year to discuss the services provided, current developments within the practice and the local health community. We try to ensure that the group is representative of the practice population and would encourage people of all ages and ethnicities to join the group. We welcome feedback from all patients irrespective of whether they join the PPG. If you would like to be involved, please contact the reception team at your local practice or alternatively view the PPG information board at your local practice.

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