The Government and the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation ( JCVI ) announced on Friday ( 14th May 2021 ) that second dose appointments will be brought forward from 12 to 8 weeks for those aged 50 and over and who have yet to received theirs.
Nobody needs to contact the NHS
Those who have their second dose booked in the next ten days, up to and including 24th May, should attend their appointment as planned.
People who should have their second dose brought forward do not need to contact the NHS. The NHS will let them know when they can rebook
Over 50s change in timings (20th May)
The Government announced that second dose appointments will be brought forward from 12 to 8 weeks for over 50s. Those who have their second dose booked in the next ten days, up to and including 24 May, should attend their appointment as planned. People who should have their second dose brought forward do not need to contact the NHS. You will be contacted.
The British Society for Immunology
The British Society for Immunology has produced a guide on vaccinations for Covid-19 which explains how vaccines work and answers common questions as well as providing up-to-date information on the current approved Covid-19 vaccination in the UK. The guide can be accessed by going to guide to vaccinations for COVID-19
Welcome to Brookfield Park Surgery
NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Programme
The NHS Covid-19 vaccination programme is now underway in the UK.
All of our eligible patients will receive an invitation to be vaccinated.
Please do not call the Practice to make an appointment as we cannot make Covid vaccination bookings.
Further information about the vaccine and the priority patient groups is available through here.
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YouScreen HPV Self-sampling Research Study
Our practice is taking part in the YouScreen HPV Self-Sampling Research Study, further information about the research can be found at https://www.smallc.org.uk/YouScreen
Fair Processing Notice
This practice is taking part in the YouScreen research study run by King’s College London.
As part of the study, women aged 25-64 years who are at least 6 months overdue their cervical screening
(previously known as a “smear test”) may receive a letter and a self sample kit in the post, or be offered a kit
during their appointment.
If you meet the criteria above, this study will collect de-personalised data about you from NHS England and
your GP records, even if you do not take part. We will not link your name or identifiable details to this
information. The information collected will include your age, ethnicity, general area location, and details
about your previous and future cervical screening and link it to data from the national screening database.
If you have any questions about this study or if you do not want this non-identifiable information data to be
shared, please speak to a member of the GP practice reception staff.