Please click the link below for information about COVID Vaccinations - it will open a letter with our latest information.  Thank you

Connexus COVID Vaccination Clinics


Dear Patients 

2020/21 Flu Campaign


We are soon opening our appointments for this year’s flu campaign. Please read the information below to see if you are eligible for a flu vaccination and if so when we will be running a clinic suitable for you.


Patients categorised as “Shielded/High Risk” by NHS England or your GP and your household members. 

We will be running a clinic on Saturday 26th September between 8:30 am-11.30 am. To book please call 01179 493988 option 1 after 11am Monday-Friday from Tuesday 1st September.


Patients aged 65 years and over and Patients aged 64 years and under in a clinical at risk group ie registered with a chronic disease or long term illness 

We will be running clinics on Saturday 26th September from 12.00 pm to 2.30 pm and  Saturday 17th & Saturday 7th November between 8:30am-2.30pm. To book call 01179 493988 option 1 after 11am Monday-Friday from Monday 14th September.


Pregnant women 

Can book in to any clinic


Children aged 2-3 years 

We will be running a clinic on Friday 11th September between 12 am and 2.30 pm. Appointments will be available from Monday 7th September.


All school Year 7 in secondary school and all primary school aged children  

Will be vaccinated in school. I’m afraid that if your child misses the vaccination at school we will not be able to give it to them unless they are in the at risk group.


Housebound patients 

We will be in touch with everyone registered with us that are housebound by the end of September


Patients aged between 50-64 years who do not meet the criteria for the above groups 

Vaccine will not be available until November/December. We will contact you will clinic dates once we receive further information from NHS England.


Due to the Corona Virus pandemic our flu campaign will be more challenging than previous years. We will communicate to you via our website, newsletter, email and text messaging. However, to ensure we reach as many of our patients as possible, especially our vulnerable patients, please share this communication with family and friends.



Can we also ask for your patience when calling the surgery please, as we already receive approximately 2300 calls a week and flu campaign is going to increase that number considerably.


   When attending the surgery for your flu vaccination: 

  • Please wear a face covering
  • Please arrive on time for your appointment, do not arrive early as we will only be able to have a small amount of patients in the surgery and you will be asked to wait outside till your appointment slot
  • Please use the toilet before coming to the surgery
  • If you have any symptoms of COVID-19 please do not come to the surgery – please call Monday – Friday after 11am

Thank you for your support and understanding


Cara Fynn

Practice Manager

Latest Information - click below to read our bulletin:

Referrals During the Covid-19 Pandemic

There have been reports in the media stating that NHS routine referrals are back up and running.

At a local level, these are being restarted at different times and it is still the case that some routine referral pathways remain closed.

We are monitoring the situation regularly. If a GP provides you with a routine NHS referral, our referrals team will only send this when it is possible and will contact you once this has been processed – this may be via text message.

May we therefore politely ask that you do not call the surgery to chase your referral. The situation is changing on an almost daily basis so please continue to bear with us through all this.

The above does not apply to suspected cancer or urgent referrals.

Understanding What’s Going On at Priory Surgery during the Covid-19 Pandemic

For further information please see our latest news pages.

Key Information – COVID 19 and Domestic Abuse

The household isolation instruction as a result of coronavirus does not apply if you need to leave your home to escape domestic abuse. Even during lockdown, if you are in danger in your home, please leave and seek help. Call 999 in an emergency.

There is now a freephone, 24 hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline number

 – 0808 2000 247 – run by @RefugeCharity. You can access further support and  information at:  or via the charity Nextlink at:


Useful Contact Numbers

NHS Services

Callington Road Hospital919 5600
Bristol Children's Hospital923 0000
Bristol Dental Hospital923 0050
Bristol Eye Hospital923 0060
South Bristol Community Hospital 964 3300
Bristol Royal Infirmary Hospital923 0000
Southmead Hospital950 5050
St Michaels Hospital (Maternity & ENT)923 0000
Dialysis Unit (Health Park)963 9879
Dentist (Health Park)944 9769

Local Groups

Knowle West Development Trust953 2957 
Knowle West Health Association963 9569
Filwood Hope (counselling services)963 4566
Filwood Community Centre953 5626
Sure Start903 9781
S. Bristol Community Construction Charity903 9775


Other Services

Alcoholics Anonymous926 5520
Bristol Drugs Project929 8047
Citizens Advice Bureau921 1664
CRUSE (Bereavement)926 4045
Police: ask for Broadbury Road927 7777
Pregnancy Advisory Service927 6362
Relate (relationship help)942 8444
SamaritansLocal Rate 0845 790 9090
Lloyds Chemist Wells Rd971 7445
Superdrug Wells Rd971 4947
Silvermans Wells Rd977 6743
Tesco Pharmacy0845 677 9079
Social Services –

  -- Broad Walk

903 1414

  -- Adult Redhouse School

903 1900

  -- Hartcliffe Children

964 2593

  -- Disabled Children

903 8350
Dial–a–Ride, Bristol961 6216
Bristol City Council922 2000
Disabled Living Centre965 3651
Age Concern, Bristol922 5353
Crossroads (South – Caring for Carers)914 6533
MIND, helplineFree call: 080 808 0330
Domestic Violence945 5407
West of England Centre for Inclusive Living903 8900
(Disability service)
Knowle Clinic919 0200

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