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Patient Update 17 February 2021

Dear Patient

We are all excited to hear about the progress of the rolling out of the Covid vaccine and look forward to this improving the quality of life for all of us.

We know that you, like us, are struggling with the continued confines imposed upon us all due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Everyone is trying to make the best of the situation and, as a practice, we are committed to caring for you in the best possible way whilst keeping both you and our team safe.

To keep you as informed as possible, we will update these messages frequently as we become aware of more information from NHS England:

• If you are 70 or over and have not had your Covid-19 vaccine please either :

    o Phone 119

    o Click

    o Contact us on 01202519311 if you eligible for a vaccine, we can make you an appointment at Westbourne Medical Centre

• Please do make sure you keep your vaccine appointment.

“The vaccine is safe, simple and will offer you and those around you crucial protection against this virus”

Dr Nikki Kanani Medical Director NHS England

Thank you for your patience

Dr Kenneth Gallimore and Jill Webb Practice Manager Winton Health Centre

Patient Information Covid Vaccination Programme 02 12 2020

We are requesting that all Visitors to Winton Health Centre wear face masks when attending the Practice. thank you.

E-consult is now up and running within the practice, please see our online services for details.

NHS app and systemone online services are also available, please see our online services for details. 

Patient Participation Group

The Practice is looking for patients who would be interested and willing to take part in our PPG, this would involve meetings, ideas, suggestions and welcome comments.

If you would like to take part please ask reception.

Friends and Family Survey 

We would like to invite patients to complete the Friends and Family survey. Please click the link above to take you to the survey.

CQC Inspection Report 2019 available  in our News Section

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