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PATIENT LIAISON GROUP NEWSLETTER
COVID VACCINATION SPECIAL EDITION
Arrangements are now in place throughout March for the next groups of King George Surgery patients to receive their Covid vaccinations at the Roebuck Surgery in conjunction with our Primary Care Network colleagues, they are as follows:
Thursday, 4th March; sessions during the morning and the afternoon, using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine:
Friday, 5th March; a session during the morning only, using the Pfizer vaccine:
Wednesday, 10th March; a session during the morning only, using the Pfizer vaccine:
Thursday, 11th March; sessions during the morning and the afternoon, using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine:
Thursday, 18th March; sessions during the morning and the afternoon, using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine:
Thursday, 25th March; sessions during the morning and the afternoon, using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine:
Friday, 26th March; a session during the morning only, using the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine:
All vaccination sessions will take place at the Roebuck Surgery which is located at the junction of Broadwater Crescent and Roebuck Gate, Postcode SG2 8HW.
Please remember, we will be contacting you to book appointments so please do not ring the surgery in advance of being contacted. If you have any concerns about being missed out, then use our website kinggeorgesurgery.co.uk to ask. Please do not ring the surgery.
We will be working through Group 6 – the clinically vulnerable (underlying health conditions) in descending age order; we are currently at 50-59 year olds – again, please do not ring the surgery to find out when you will be vaccinated – we will contact you.
Further information about the priority groups and conditions included within the Clinically Extremely Vulnerable and the Clinically Vulnerable criteria can be found on our website under Latest News.
If not already arranged, patients should contact the practice around the 10 week point for their second vaccination appointment – we cannot book anyone in earlier than 12 weeks between dose one and dose two.
Anyone over 60 years can now book online at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/ or call 119