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As Groups 1-4 have now been done or invited, Groups 5-6 can now book their COVID vaccinations on Patient Access or by telephone

IMPORTANT - ALL COVID CLINICS ARE HELD AT PORTCHESTER HEALTH CENTRE

The Following Groups are Eligible for COVID Vaccination Now.

.Pharmacists and Pharmacy Technicians

.HCA's that are employed to go into peoples homes

.Dentists and their Team

.People that live or Work in Residential Housing such as Abbeyfield

.Care Home Staff

.NHS Frontline Staff

The above should have a letter from their employer confirming their role and position that they bring to the appointment.  Other carers such as relatives and Volunteers in non CQC registered homes either wait for their age bracket or might be invited earlier to mass vaccinations centres.

Additional COVID Vaccine News - Groups 1-4 have either been done or invited.

Did you know you can now do an E-consult via the NHS APP.....Download the NHS App for Medication Requests, E-Consult, Book & Manage appointments and all non-urgent Enquires.

Patients in Groups 5-6 can now book their COVID vaccine appointment on Patient Access or by phone

IMPORTANT!!   PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL COVID VACCINATION CLINIC ARE HELD AT PORTCHESTER HEALTH CENTRE

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