- Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday evening, general practice has been working tirelessly to ensure all patients who are eligible are offered a Covid booster by 31st December.
- A lot of general practice staff are being redeployed until the New Year to administer Covid booster vaccinations. This may mean that any appointments you have over the next three weeks for routine care may be cancelled. There may also be a delay in general practice administration. Please do not contact your practice for routine matters until the New Year.
- It is important to understand that your surgery remains open. If you are in need of urgent care or support, your surgery team should still be your first port of call for help and urgent appointments will be available.
Please bear with your practice during this time as they work hard to vaccinate as many people as possible.
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We currently have a couple of cases of covid among the staff. We will therefore be limiting the amount of people allowed into the building at any one time and will be offering more telephone consultations and will only offer a face to face after full triage from a clinician.
Please bear with us during this difficult time and be understanding towards the staff if you are only offered a telephone consultation. This is for our safety as well as yours.
Thank you for your understanding.
One Bromley have developed a Winter Health leaflet for patients, this provides people with winter self care information, signposting and advice on using the right services at the right time.
The school vaccination programme has begun in Bromley. This is available to all 12-15 year-olds attending a Bromley school. They are being offered one dose of the Pfizer vaccine. All parents will be asked for consent prior to the visit, and this will be coordinated through the school. For those 12-15 year olds with underlying health conditions, two doses are offered.
If your child has missed the vaccination please do not contact the surgery, the school will issue further information.
For more information please visit
Bromley CYP12-15 Vaccination
Please note that Urgent Treatment Centres and Emergency Departments in Bromley are currently experiencing significant demand. If you have an urgent but non life-threatening medical need, please use the NHS 111 website first https://111.nhs.uk/ rather than going straight to A&E. If you require it, NHS 111 can book you in to be seen safely in A&E, Urgent Treatment Centres, GP surgeries, pharmacies, emergency dental services and walk-in clinics. Contacting NHS 111 first will also help the NHS to keep you safe, by maintaining social distancing. They will ensure that you receive the right care in the right place, in a more timely and safe way. You should dial 999 if you have a life-threatening illness or injury.
For further advice on when to visit urgent care centres or emergency departments please click the links below:
When to visit an urgent treatment centre
When to visit an emergency department
Thank you for your help in this matter.
If you need to register with a GP and do not have any documentation and wish to have the covid 19 vaccination please visit this website:
How to Register with a GP and Book a Vaccine
General Practice Data for Planning and Research – South East London CCG (selondonccg.nhs.uk)
If you wish to opt out please complete the form and return to the surgery via email or post. Please note the deadline for this has been moved to 1st September 2021.
If you have any concerns regarding having the vaccination please visit https://www.nhsvaccinefacts.com/