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We have been informed our first delivery of flu vaccines will be delayed by a couple of weeks. This delay is due to circumstances beyond our control and we will continue to keep you updated of any changes. Appointments that will be affected by this delay fall between 16th October and 29th October.
If your appointment has been affected by this delay we will contact you by text, phone or letter with a new appointment date and time.
If we do not contact you, and your appointment is after 29th October, please attend your previously arranged appointment.
We would kindly ask all our patients not to contact us regarding flu vaccine appointments affected by this delay, we will contact you.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your understanding and patience.
URGENT NEWS ABOUT BLOOD TESTS FROM NHS ENGLAND
You will have seen in the media that there is a national shortage of blood bottles, which is expected to last until at least the middle of September 2021. This is affecting every healthcare service provider nationally.
We have been instructed by NHS England to postpone all non-urgent blood tests, with immediate effect.
- Continue to take blood tests for those that are urgent.
- Review all appointments for blood tests to determine those that can safely be delayed.
- Contact those patients affected to cancel their appointment and retain a register to re-arrange postponed blood tests as soon as we are told to do so.
- Advise you when the situation changes.
We apologise for any inconvenience caused but regretablly, this situation is beyond our control. Thank you for your understanding.
For the latest news on the COVID-19 Vaccination Program in Kendal please visit https://www.kendalprimarycare.network/kendalvcovid/
For the latest information and advice on COVID-19 please visit www.gov.uk or www.nhs.uk
COVID-19 Vaccination Program
COVID-19 Vaccination Status
We are aware our patients are keen to access their COVID-19 vaccination status, this is how you can show you have received your full course of COVID-19 vaccinations.
From the 17th May patients will be able to view their COVID19 vaccination status via the NHS App. This can be found on your smart phone app store. If you don’t have a smart phone then once you have completed your course of COVID-19 vaccinations you can contact 119 and ask for a letter to be posted to you. Station House Surgery is unable to provide letters showing your COVID-19 vaccination status.
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT YOUR GP SURGERY TO ACCESS YOUR COVID-19 VACCINATION STATUS.
Further information on proving your COVID-19 vaccination status can be found at
Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)