COVID-19 Vaccination

COVID-19 Vaccination Programme - South West London Health and Care  Partnership

We would like to inform you that patients aged 18 and above are now able to book their COVID-19 vaccination via the National Booking Service (NBS) or by calling 119 (phone line open from 07:00-23:00 Mon-Sun).

Please remember to book both 1st and 2nd doses at the time of booking; your appointments are not confirmed unless you are issued a 7 digit confirmation number.

Currently there are limited options on NBS in terms of location for a vaccination; a lot of these are not local. As vaccine supplies increase and more local sites come ‘on-line’ you will see a notably increased choice of local vaccination sites. 

Please note appointments at Spencer's are limited and will be on a first come, first served basis. In the event that you are unable to book your appointments at Spencer's, we will be adding more clinics on NBS over the coming weeks.

Please do not contact the Surgery, but keep checking the NBS link or ring 119. Thank you for your patience.

IMPORTANT: Second vaccine doses for our over 50’s (or those in the priority groups 4 and 6) are encouraged to book their second vaccination appointment via the National Booking Service (NBS) or by calling 119. Please do not contact the surgery to book your second vaccination appointment unless your first vaccination was received more than 10 weeks ago.  

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Considering a foreign holiday this year?

Need to demonstrate your vaccine status? 

Guidance on demonstrating your COVID Vaccine  status when travelling has now been published:
You will be able to access proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status through the free NHS App from 17th May.
It is recommended that you register with the app before booking any international travel.
Please do not contact your GP surgery about your COVID-19 vaccination status.
GPs cannot provide letters showing your COVID-19 vaccination status.
More than one million people download NHS App for Covid-19 passport

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