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26.07.21 -08.55am -  Our phone lines have been down, they are back up and running, sorry for any inconvenience


Want to opt out of the National Data Sharing For Research and Planning?


Here are your options:


1. Via the 'Your Health' section of the NHS APP


2. Calling 0300 303 5678


3. Via https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/


There is no need to contact your GP Practice



Please click on the link below to view the leaflet from Public Health England  


Covid-19 Guide For Adults Leaflet


  - Visit Neston & Willaston PCN Facebook page for up-dates


Please click on the link below for details on


How to Confirm your Covid-19 Vaccination Status for Travel


 Neston Surgery


 


Dear Patient,


 


Throughout the pandemic, we have strived to make Neston Surgery as safe as possible for our patients and staff. We will continue to do so going forward, and from the 19th of July, nothing will change at the Surgery. Patients will still need to wear a mask, socially distance and use hand sanitiser when attending the Surgery and our patient-facing staff will continue to wear PPE.


 


We do understand that it can be frustrating but we know that when the patients come to us they may be sick and vulnerable, and some cannot receive the Covid vaccine due to medical reasons, so we feel it would be wrong to not continue with these small precautions that can help to protect the patients and staff.


 


Thank you in advance for your cooperation.


 


Dr Awan and Partners


 


Please click on the link below regarding recent Covid-19 AZ Vaccine Concerns


https://www.cheshireccg.nhs.uk/news/news-stories/reports-of-very-rare-blood-clots/


Despite recent media coverage outlining a national supply issue, everyone in Cheshire West who has already had their first dose COVID vaccine will be offered their second dose within 12 weeks. Available vaccine supply is being prioritised for this purpose.


Most vaccination services in Cheshire West started vaccinating patients in early January and it has been determined nationally that second doses should be offered as close to week eleven as possible, following first dose.


Clinics are carefully planned around confirmed vaccination delivery dates in order to minimise disruption to patients. When confirmation of the delivery date for second dose vaccines has been received your GP practice will contact you to arrange your second dose appointment.


https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/



Once we have a delivery we will contact the patients, please avoid coming to the surgery to book your appointment as we have Covid-19 measures in place. The notification of delivery can be at very short notice and the Surgery Staff are working extremely hard to ensure all clinics are fully booked.


Depending on which vaccine we receive will determine which site it will be delivered from and we will informed you at the time of booking.


We would like to thank you for your continued support during this time.


We know that many people are eager to be vaccinated as soon as possible. We also understand that some patients will be concerned that they are not in the first groups for vaccination but may feel their circumstances or condition means they should be.

The decision about which order people are vaccinated in is set nationally by the Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI). Your local GP practice or individual GP is not allowed to vary from that priority order and is unable to make exceptions in individual cases. Your medical consultant or local counsellors are also unable to agree a variation from the national rules.

GP practices are working together to ensure they can vaccinate patients as quickly as possible and they appreciate your support in this regard and your understanding as they progress through the groups for vaccinations as quickly as possible.

When We Are Closedtelephone_brown

We provide out-of-hours cover for emergencies that happen when the surgery is closed. If you telephone the surgery when we are closed, the system will advise you to telephone 111.

Calls to the NHS 111 Service are free for both landline and mobile telephones

On contacting the service you may be asked to either attend the centre or be put in touch with a doctor if advice is all that is needed. If it is medically needed a home visit will be arranged.

Evening, weekend and bank holiday services are provided by Wirral Out-of-Hours Services commissioned by Western Cheshire Commissiong Group 

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 

 
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