JCVI recommending booster vaccinations for all adults
The NHS is awaiting national guidance that lets us extend the availability of COVID-19 booster jabs to all adults, a minimum of three months after receiving their second jabs. Thank you for your patience while we put this in place. For the time being, please only come for your booster jab if you are over the age of 40, and it has been more than six months since you had your second jab. If this does not apply to you, then an announcement will be made when you can get your booster.
Covid Recovery Letters
These are the options available to patients:
For your child, download the https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-app/ and then contact us to request 'proxy access'. Children aged between 13-15 will be asked to provide permission for proxy access to their medical record.
We can issue a 'COVID Recovery letter' however there will be charge for this. You do NOT need to speak to a GP for this.
The letter will only state that the patient recently tested positive for COVID and the date of the positive result. It will also include a copy of the result and will be signed by a GP. We are unable to state that the patient has recovered or fulfilled the mandatory isolation period.
The British Society for Immunology
The British Society for Immunology has produced a guide on vaccinations for Covid-19 which explains how vaccines work and answers common questions as well as providing up-to-date information on the current approved Covid-19 vaccination in the UK. The guide can be accessed by going to guide to vaccinations for COVID-19
Welcome to Brookfield Park Surgery
NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Programme
The NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme is now underway in the UK.
All of our eligible patients will receive an invitation to be vaccinated.
Please do not call the Practice to make an appointment as we cannot make Covid vaccination bookings.
Further information about the vaccine and the priority patient groups is available through here.