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.

We are currently running 'walk-in' vaccination clinics at Spencer Sports & Social Club, Melksham - no appointment needed! Please scroll down this page to view the up & coming clinic dates.

IMPORTANT: Second vaccine doses are recommended 8 weeks after your first dose. Please do not delay receiving this important protection.  

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50,000 COVID-19 Vaccinations!

Congratulations to our Primary Care Network (PCN) who have now administered 50,000 COVID-19 vaccinations to patients!

We are continuing to offer walk-in clinics at Spencer Sports & Social Club in Melksham - see below poster for more details!




COVID-19 Vaccination in Pregnancy


COVID-19 Control Measures

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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

COVID-19 Vaccination and Blood Clotting

For the latest Public Health England guidance regarding the AstraZeneca vaccine and reports involving blood clotting click here


Face Mask Exemption Letter - please do not contact the Surgery

Please read face mask exemption letter in the 'Practice Update' section of 'Campaigns' found here

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