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Flu and Covid Vaccinations 2021/2022
We are currently offering Flu vaccinations and Covid boosters and will continue to do so into early 2022.
Supplies of vaccines are always erratic, and appointments will only be released as deliveries are received.
Clinics will be held at a variety of locations, including Grange Park Surgery and Roade Village Hall. Please check when booking which location your appointment is for. 
Please be aware that there are specific types of vaccine most suitable for different age groups and you may not be booked into the same clinic as neighbours or family members.
Please make sure your contact details are up to date with your local surgery, preferably including a mobile phone number as invitations will be sent by text message.
We will call all the most vulnerable patients individually and publicise clinics closer to the time. 
Thank you

Covid 19 Restrictions 10th November 2021

Throughout the pandemic we have followed the specific NHS England guidance for Primary Care closely and our procedures have recently been updated.

From November 2021 we are reintroducing pre-bookable and same day face to face appointments with GPs, alongside the existing pre-bookable and same day telephone appointments.

The GPs will also have capacity to invite any patients from telephone appointments who need an examination into the surgery on the same day.

Face coverings - you must wear a face covering when visiting our surgeries. Clinicians may decline to see a patient who refuses to wear a face covering.

Social distancing - we are maintaining social distancing in our waiting areas to help protect you and make you feel safe when you visit us.

Hand hygiene - please remember to sanitise your hands when entering or leaving our sites.

Many of our patients and staff are still vulnerable to Covid and we know the new variants are spreading fast.

Thank you to our Patient Participation Group members for supporting our cautious approach and to all the patients who have supported us through the pandemic.

Visiting your GP

NHS England Data Opt Out

We have received a lot of enquiries following media coverage of the NHSE data opt out.

This allows patients to opt out of their data being used for health and care planning and research.

More details are available on the website https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/ 

If you decide to opt out please complete the form below and hand it to your GP Surgery reception.

 NHSE Data opt out Poster June2021.pdf

NHSE Type1 data opt out form.docx

Are you a carer?

Please let us know by completing the attached form and passing to our reception team  Carer identification form Feb 2021.doc

The Parks Medical Practice Calendar 2021

Please note extended hours are for routine appointments and not emergencies, which should be directed to Out of Hours services as normal on 111.

To book a routine appointment in these sessions please telephone your usual surgery.

If you need to speak to a Doctor during our training closures or bank holiday closures please call 111.

These sessions can be subject to change, please check your surgery.

EXTENDED HOURS

 

TRAINING CLOSURES

(1 x Wednesday per month: All sites closed from 12:30pm)

 

BANK HOLIDAY CLOSURES

 

30.10.2020 - All Extended Hours sessions will be utilised for flu vaccination clinics due to COVID-19. PLT sessions have restarted

12.05.2021 - All Extended Hours sessions will be utilised for Covid Vaccination clinics. PLT Sessions continue

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