Telephone Calls

We aim to call you as close to your telephone appointment as we can, and normally within one hour at most.

Facemask

If you have new symptoms of cough, fever or sore throat you are required to wear a mask when at the surgery, for the protection of other patients and of staff. Please do a Covid test before coming and inform us immediately if you have a positive result.

Covid vaccination update – 2nd booster programme

We continue to provide Covid vaccinations at the Church of The Latter Day Saints in Haborne. The second booster vaccine, for the over 75s, immunosuppressed, housebound and care home residents began on 21 March 2022 and will be coordinated by the practice. It will be offered by invitation only at this stage to ensure we […]

Changes to the Shielding (‘Clinically Extremely Vulnerable’) list, 26 February 2021

The government have expanded the group of people who are identified as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (shielding). This group now includes patients identified by the government’s new Covid-19 Population Risk Assessment tool (Q-Covid). This calculates your risk not just according to your medical conditions, but also by factors such as your age, weight, gender, ethnicity and […]

Changes to the Shielding (‘Clinically Extremely Vulnerable’) list – February 21, 2021

The government have announced that they are expanding the group of people who are identified as ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (shielding). This group now includes patients identified by the government’s new Covid-19 Population Risk Assessment tool, called the Q-Covid tool. This calculates your risk not just according to your medical conditions, but also by factors such […]

Changes to the Shielding (‘Clinically Extremely Vulnerable’) list

The government have announced that they are expanding the group of people who are identified as‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (shielding). This group now includes patients identified by thegovernment’s new Covid-19 Population Risk Assessment tool.  This tool calculates your risk not just according to your medical conditions, but also your age, weight, gender, ethnicity and other factors.This […]

Update: 15 January 2021

We are humbled by the continued thoughtfulness, and tolerance of our patients in the crisis. We are very stretched by workload (coronavirus and other illnesses), the vaccination programme and staff absences. Our heros this week are the receptionists: when you speak with one in the next 10 days, it is likely that they are working […]

Coronavirus Vaccine Update

Update: Coronavirus vaccine We enter 2021 with mixed emotions: the current wave of coronavirus continues to grow, but also the good news that a second vaccine has been approved – the Astra Zeneca version, developed in the UK in Oxford. This new vaccine is much more robust than the Pfizer vaccine approved in December and […]

Important announcement about Coronavirus vaccine delivery

NHS England have advised us that our first batch of coronavirus vaccinations will be delivered in the next few days. This exciting news is balanced only by the scale of the challenge of administering the vaccine effectively while keeping normal service going. Plans are still being finalised. We will keep you informed as we learn […]