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Vaccinations for under 50s
 
We are not offering Covid-19 vaccinations to those under the age of 50. Patients will need to book their vaccination online or by calling 119.
 
You will need to check online that vaccines are being offered for your specific age, and this is updated on a regular basis.
 
If you are under 50 but in another eligible group, such as an unpaid carer or with a long-term condition, please call the practice to arrange your vaccination.
 
More details on who is eligible and how to book: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/
 

Patients cannot choose which Covid-19 vaccination to have. However, if you are pregnant or under 30 years old and are in an eligible cohort, you will need to have a Pfizer vaccination. Please call the surgery so we can arrange an appointment.

Proving your vaccination status

The surgery is unable to provide evidence for patients wishing to prove their vaccination status in order to travel.
You can find all the information you need to prove your vaccination status by clicking on the link below.
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The practice complies with the General Data Protection Regulations and Data Protection Act.

We hold your medical record so that we can provide you with safe care and treatment.

We will also use your information so that this practice can check and review the quality of the care we provide. This helps us to improve our services to you.

 

    • We will share relevant information from your medical record with other health or social care staff or organisations when they provide you with care. For example, your GP will share information when they refer you to a specialist in a hospital. Or your GP will send details about your prescription to your chosen pharmacy.

    •  Healthcare staff working in A&E and out of hours care will also have access to your information. For example, it is important that staff who are treating you in an emergency know if you have any allergic reactions. This will involve the use of your Summary Care Record For more information see: https://digital.nhs.uk/summary-care-records or alternatively speak to your practice.
    • You have the right to object to information being shared for your own care. Please speak to the practice if you wish to object. You also have the right to have any mistakes or errors corrected.



 
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