We are seeing patients face to face
We would like to reassure our patients that they surgery remains open but the way services are accessed has been changed, following advice from the Department of Health, in view of the Coronavirus pandemic.
If you have any health concerns we would want you to contact the surgery as you normally would.
Appointments with Doctors and Nurses are still available, but for the majority of patients this will be initially by telephone, followed by a face to face consultation if needed. This is to protect both staff and patients but in particular highly vulnerable patients who still need to be seen in surgery.
We would hope that as lockdown restrictions are eased a more normal service can be resumed but thank all our patients for their understanding with this.
Guidance on shielding and protecting people who are clinically extremely vulnerable from COVID-19
Please click the link below for more information about shielding and Coronavirus.
For up to date Coronavirus information please click here to view the gov.uk website.
We are pleased to say that Worcester City PCN have been approved to deliver the COVID-19 vaccination from the Turnpike House building, for all Worcester City patients.
We are receiving a high volume of calls from patients about the Covid-19 vaccine. We are working through our patient list in a prioritised order released by the Government. Most of our patients aged over 70 and clinically vulnerable have been vaccinated once, and we are now working to contact our over 65s. All other groups will be contacted by the surgery directly in due course, and we request that you do not ring us.
Please note that there is a seperate vaccination centre, being held at St Peter's Baptist Church and NOT at our St Peter's Branch surgery. This is not run in conjuction with St Martin's Gate COVID vaccination arrangements.