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Communication from BSol CCG 

Our local CCG have asked us to communicate the information below to our patients.

“The government has announced that all people over 18 are now eligible for a COVID-19 booster vaccine. We have been instructed to focus on the most vulnerable patients in the first instance. You will be contacted to invite you for your vaccine when we are ready to give it to you. We kindly ask that you do not call your GP practice and be assured you will be called in the forthcoming weeks for your vaccine.”

Appointments

You can now book some routine appointments online for our doctors and ANPs (Advanced Nurse Practitioners) by clicking on the above link.

These are all telephone appointments for triage purposes where less serious issues can be dealt with fully ( give advice, issue prescriptions - not repeat requests , etc) or a clinician can decide that a 'face to face' appointment is required and arrange this for you. 

(We will endeavour to contact you as near possible to your appointment time, but this is not guaranteed, but please make sure you record the number you wish to be contacted on.)

Details of session times are given below:

circled_dayNurses / HCA  surgeries run throughout the morning and early evening.  Patients are seen by appointment and you can book up to 3 weeks in advance.

We do hold back some slots for urgent on the day appointments. Please only ask for an urgent appointment when you have a problem that really cannot wait.

Extended Hours

Appointments out of core surgery hours are available at the North Solihull Consortium Hub at Chelmsley Wood Primary Care Centre, Crabtree Drive, Chelmsley Wood. Appointments can be booked via your own practice ( this is not a walk in / emergency facility) weekday evenings and Saturday and Sunday mornings. This has been temporarily suspended while we are delivering the Covid 19 vaccines.

Cancellations

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

 
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