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COVID 19

WE ARE NOW MOVING CLOSE TO FINISHING ALL 1st DOSE VACCINATION CLINICS FOR ALL OUR ADULT PATIENTS.  IF YOU HAVE NOT HAD A VACCINE YET AND WANT TO RECEIVE YOUR VACCINATION LOCALLY YOU NEED TO CONTACT US NOW.

WE HAVE ALSO EMBARKED ON A PROGRAMME OF 2nd DOSE VACCINES THROUGH TO AUGUST. 

ALL MALTHOUSE SURGERY AND ABINGDON SURGERY PATIENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO HAVE THEIR VACCINE ADMINISTERED AT THE CHARTER, WHERE WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE LOCAL COUNCIL WE HAVE EXPANDED THE MALTHOUSE SURGERY SITE.

MASS VACCINATION SITES ARE OPEN AND THESE ARE BEING MANAGED NATIONALLY. LETTERS ARE BEING SENT DIRECTLY TO PATIENTS. IF YOU RECEIVE ONE OF THESE LETTERS IT WILL PROVIDE THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO BOOK YOUR VACCINATION AT ONE OF THESE SITES. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DO THIS BY PHONE OR ONLINE. THIS MAY MEAN YOU NEED TO TRAVEL FURTHER.

WHICHEVER OPTION YOU CHOOSE, IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE AWARE THAT YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR SECOND DOSE AT THE SAME PLACE WHERE YOU HAD YOUR FIRST DOSE AND THIS CANNOT BE CHANGED

Clinics & Services

Baby clinic

baby1Regularly available each week

Non-NHS Medical Services

There is a charge for services not covered by the NHS. These include passport, driving licence and fitness to travel verifications, private medicals, insurance claims and some vaccines. A list of fees is available in the surgery. Payment must be rendered at time of attendance or collection.

Minor Injuries Unit

There is a Minor Injuries Unit based at Abingdon Hospital which is open seven days a week from 10.00am - 10.30pm where people can go for treatment of minor injuries such as sprains, strains and broken bones. For many people the MIU will offer quicker treatment closer to home. Therefore please use this facility before contacting the surgery. The service is run on a ‘drop-in’ basis so therefore you do not need to make an appointment to go there. If you would like to speak to them on the phone for initial advice, please phone on 01865 903 476. If you have an injury, please contact the minor injuries unit before you contact the surgery.

Remember, too, that your local pharmacist can give advice on the treatment of minor ailments and injuries.

 
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