We are aware that patients are requesting information regarding their second COVID19 vaccinations. We will be delivering second vaccinations from the week commencing 1st March and anyone who has had a first dose will be called in turn to receive their second vaccine within the advised 12-week period. Second doses need to be given at the same venue as your first, to ensure vaccine timing, delivery and supplies are maintained.
Please be assured that we will continue to provide first vaccinations and eligible patients will be called forward in due course according to government guidelines. From this point General Practice will be focusing on vaccinating those from Cohort 6 (those with underlying health conditions aged 16-64), whilst the National Booking Centre and larger hubs will focus on those in Cohort 5 (ages 65-69). Due to limited capacity both at this practice and at Bridgnorth, some patients will be contacted directly by the National Booking Centre and offered vaccines at other locations.
We understand that you will be eager to get these appointments booked but ask that you please do not contact the surgery unless you have been asked to do so. We would also like to thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult and challenging time
Coronavirus Vaccination Information
Please visit: https://www.sath.nhs.uk/covid19/public/#vaccine
We were really pleased to read the exciting news about the Covid-19 vaccine being approved for use. Because of the nature of the vaccine and the logistics of getting it delivered, initially not all GP surgeries will deliver it from their buildings.
We are delighted to say that Bridgnorth Medical Practice one of the practices within our Primary Care Network group has been approved to deliver the vaccination, with our Doctors helping out from their premises. We will receive the first vaccine next week.
We will ring people in the Government's priority order, to book the appointments; please DO NOT ring us. Separate arrangements will be made for our housebound patients and residents in care homes. Please keep an eye on our Website where we will post regular updates. Thank you.