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Covid- 19 Vaccination update 14th March 2021

We have invited / vaccinated the priority list, following government guidance on whom to prioritise. 

All patients over 55 have now been invited  by Station Street Surgery.

We will be calling all 50-54 years from next week

Please be mindfull we do not control our vaccine deliveries and sometimes this will mean short notice on your vaccination day.

When we know what is arriving you will get an invite.

Please see for further information on the groups.

Therefore, we would ask you to follow NHS guidelines and wait to be contacted. At the stage you are contacted by us, you will have the opportunity to ask any questions.

We will now vaccinate patients age 16-64 in at risk groups starting with the following 

Severe respiratory 

Heart Disease 

Severe kidney disease 



Thank you for your patience and support.



  • If you are worried you may have Coronavirus (COVID-19),  you should cancel your appointment with us by phone (Do NOT come to the Surgery) and for advice and help go to NHS111 website or if you don’t have internet access CALL 119. Staff at 119 have been specifically trained to manage COVID-19 and should be your first port of call.


  • If you have got either a high temperature - you feel hot to touch on your chest or back or a new continuous cough - this means you've started coughing repeatedly:

 You need to stay at home.

Stay away from other people for at least the next 10 days. If your high temperature lasts longer than 10 days, stay at home until it's back to normal.

If you are on public transport, go home by the most direct route.

Stay at least 2 metres (about 3 steps) away from people if you can.

To protect others, do not go to a GP, pharmacy or hospital.

 For full details please download and read the COVID 19 statement to patients that can be found here:

Covid-19 Fit/Sick Note Policy


19th September 2020


Dear patients,

You may have seen in the news this week about GPs being asked to provide more face-to-face appointments and we wanted to give you an update on the current situation.

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic we have remained open and seeing patients. To help keep both you and our own staff safe, we have changed the way our appointments work: you may have been offered a telephone appointment or even a video appointment instead of being asked to come in to the practice. Offering these types of appointments has helped some patients to access appointments they wouldn’t normally have been able to attend due to their commitments, such as their work or caring responsibilities.

We understand that some of you may prefer face-to-face appointments, but hopefully you understand why we have had to make these changes. Where someone has needed to come into practice, either because it was medically necessary or important for their care, we have and will continue to ask them to come in and see us.

COVID-19 is still an ongoing problem and we need to keep our focus on keeping you safe and reducing your risk of catching the virus. Here are some of the ways we’ve been doing this:

  • Regularly cleaning to a high standard all areas of the practice;
  • Wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE);
  • Maintaining social distancing in the practice.

We also need to look after our staff, who are people just like you. Some may have health issues or other factors that can potentially put them more at risk, so it is vital we keep them safe so that we can keep providing a good quality service to you.

Increasing the number of patients in the surgery means we increase the risk for everyone. We want to do the best we can for our patients because we care about you and the people we look after.

As always, we are available to talk to patients, and we want to hear from those who need us. While we understand patients’ frustrations with the current situation, we hope that you will continue to help and support us, as you have always supported the NHS, so that we can go on providing you with care and support in the coming weeks and months.

Yours faithfully,

Your Practice Team

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