We have been made aware of a delay with the delivery of Seqirus flu vaccines caused by due to unforeseen road freight challenges, that may result in scheduled deliveries being delayed by one to two weeks. The company is in the process of communicating directly with all its customers about the matter and the actions it is taking to resolve the matter as quickly as possible. We have sought and are awaiting more info on the matter.
Please do not telephone the surgery we will contact eligible patients once we have our supplies.
If you are attending the surgery for any reason you MUST wear a face covering.
Please wear your face mask, sanitise your hands and keep social distancing so we can keep all staff and patients safe.
GPs, their teams and patients have faced an extremely challenging time during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Face to face contact has had to be limited across all NHS services, to protect you and keep you safe from the risk of infection. We know that it’s been frustrating for some of you who have not always been able to book a face to face GP appointment.
Despite lockdown measures lifting, we must be honest and tell you that the pandemic has not ended, the threat of COVID-19 remains and general practice will continue to struggle to meet the growing needs of the patients. This isn’t the way we want to be. But there are millions of patients whose treatment has been delayed now seeking help, more tests to administer and more bureaucracy, as well as millions more vaccination appointments to deliver in the coming months.
We can’t meet this challenge, without more support.
General practice desperately needs help, which is why we’re calling on the Government to provide the funding needed to provide better services, more GPs, and staff to see you promptly, and sufficient safe space in waiting area’s.
YOUR GP SURGERY NEEDS YOUR SUPPORT, SO IT CAN BE THERE TO SUPPORT YOU.
Please take a minute to sign our petition and show your support for your local practice by visiting www.bma.org.uk/supportyoursurgery