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Parents guide for health services during COVID-19


*If you have been asked to come to the surgery for an appointment please arrive wearing a mouth and nose covering, if you don't you may well not been seen. Thank you*

Patient update – COVID-19 mass vaccinations

While we don’t expect a COVID-19 vaccine to be widely available until early 2021, the Government has asked the NHS to be ready to deliver a vaccination programme for England from December, so that those who need it the most will be able to access vaccinations as soon as they are available.

A prioritisation list has been produced in order for the vaccine to be delivered to groups who will  need it first. The NHS will contact you when you are eligible to receive the vaccine and provide you with information about vaccination location and date.

Given  the current requirements for social distancing, and the number of people who need to be vaccinated, you will be asked to attend a local vaccination site that will be operated by practices working together across Windsor.

At this stage we ask patients’ NOT to call the surgery to ask about their COVID-19 vaccination, as we will be working to strict prioritisation when the vaccine becomes available to general practice in the New Year.




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Patient Experiences 2019 Top of Form

90% find it easy to get through to this GP practice by phoneBottom of Fo

94% find the receptionists at this GP practice helpfulTop of Form

92% say the healthcare professional they saw or spoke to was good at treating them with care and concern during their last general practice appointmentBottom of Form

94% were involved as much as they wanted to be in decisions about their care and treatment during their last general practice appointment

98% felt their needs were met during their last general practice appointment



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