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The Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated some of the most dramatic changes to working practice in the long history of the NHS.  As we emerge into a 'new normal' we are coming to terms with what General Practice is going to look like.  We are mindful of all the NHS guidance and how to interpret this in the local context.

It is very important to state that we are open for the business of General Practice.  We want to hear from you if you have new health worries; we want to hear from you if you need medication reviews; we want to hear from you if you would expect to be attending for reviews of your long-term conditions (asthma, diabetes, hypertension etc).  Much of this work will take place over the telephone or we will see you in person at the Surgery where needed.  Social distancing measures and personal protective equipment will be in place to keep you safe.

Please call to discuss any health care needs you may have.

Covid-19 Vaccination programme - update 27.5.2021

As at Friday 28th May 2021 the 3 Valleys Health Primary Care Network consisting of 9 practices across the Chew, Somer and Cam Valleys has finished vaccinating over 25,000 elderly, frail and complex needs patients in Cohorts 1-9 at the Somer Centre, Midsomer Norton.

Vaccinations will continue to be offered to our patients in Cohorts 10-12 at the mass vaccination centres.  Locally this is at Ashton Gate Football Stadium, Bath Racecourse and Bath & West Showground.

If you fall into one of these cohorts you will be contacted when you are eligible to book your vaccination via 119/online national booking service.  

This will ensure that everyone continues to have access to the vaccine and your GP Practice can turn their full attention to the needs of their patients at the surgery.  

Please do not hesitate, when it's your turn to be vaccinated please do so as soon as possible.  


(Site updated 11/06/2021)
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