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COVID Passports

In the last few weeks, we have seen an increase in queries from our patients regarding vaccine passports, which we are unable to help with. Please do not contact us about this.

If you have been vaccinated in England, Wales or Scotland, your vaccine passport is available via the NHS COVID pass. We understand there is a national issue with some vaccinations not showing up in the app. There is a solution being put in place to resolve this - from next week (2 August), please call 119 if you are affected and they will be able to help you.

If you were vaccinated outside of England, Wales or Scotland, there is currently no way to access a vaccine passport via the NHS COVID pass. The government have not yet published any details about when this will be possible. Please do not call us about this as we will be unable to help.  

Thank you.

Treatment Room

A team of nurses and health care assistants provide a range of services for:bp

  • immunisations
  • blood tests
  • health checks
  • blood pressure testing
  • cervical smears
  • travel clinics.

They run clinics for:

  • asthma
  • diabetes
  • heart disease

Contraception

All the doctors give advice on contraception. All consultations are confidential, regardless of age. If you need emergency contraception you can phone to make an appointment. Dr Warrington has a dedicated clinic most Monday afternoons 4.00-6.00 for Coil and Implant fittings and removals.

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Immunisations

It is important to keep up to date with your immunisations to avoid serious illnesses. You can make an appointment for the treatment room or come to one of these clinics:

  • Baby and Child Immunisations: We will invite your child to attend when they reach the age for their immunisation
  • Flu jabs - we will invite you to attend for a flu immunisation if you are aged over 65 or have an illness that would be made worse if you caught flu 
  • Travel: If you are going abroad, you can arrange an appointment with a Treatment Room nurse for advice on any immunisations you may require.

 
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