COVID-19 Vaccinations

We are now taking bookings Spring Booster vaccinations for eligible patients, this includes those who are over 75 and who are severely immunosupressed. 

We are also continuing to take bookings for 1st, 2nd and booster vaccinations. 

These appointments are available online using your usual SystmOnline booking details or the NHS app. Alternatively you can telephone the practice on 01327 703333 (option 5) to book in. 

Please note that it must be at least 28 days after a positive COVID-19 infection before you can have these vaccinations. Spring Boosters must also be at least 3 months after the your last vaccination. 

Cervical Screening

Did you postpone your Cervical Screening due to COVID-19 and the lockdown measures put in place? 

If so we would like to encourage you to contact the surgery to book this appointment at your earliest convenience. Please call us on 01327 703333 (option 1) to arrange a call back from one of our Treatment Room Team who will then be able to book an appointment to attend for this vital screening. The member of the team that you speak to will then go through all the safety measures in place at the surgery and reassure you about your visit. 

Northampton General Hospital Support Line for Relatives

Northampton General Hospital have set up a relative support line so people can check in on the current condition of family members or loved ones. To use this service, the person will need to know the patient’s full name, ward location, date of birth and NHS number where possible. The team will check in with the ward to obtain details on the patient’s condition. The person will then receive a call back with this information. To use this service, please dial 01604 545784. The line is open on: Monday to Friday - 9:00am until 5:00pm Saturday and Sunday - 10:00am until 4:00pm This line cannot be used for advice on upcoming appointments or admissions.

Northamptonshire’s Community Resilience Service launches new Coronavirus Support Line

A support line has been launched to support the most vulnerable people in Northamptonshire during the coronavirus crisis.

The helpline, which will be managed by the Customer Service Centre at Northamptonshire County Council, went live on Tuesday 31st March 2020.

It allows those who cannot leave their homes under current restrictions and those who are self-isolating and have nobody to call upon for help to request support in getting access to food, prescriptions and other vital services that they require.  It means that care can be provided to those that really need help.  It applies to those with existing health conditions, those who are pregnant or those aged 70 and above.

Each call to the helpline will be triaged so that individuals receive the care and support that is appropriate to their needs.

The Community Resilience Service will co-ordinate requests for help in conjunction with the district and borough councils, mapping those requests by area and linking them up with local community groups, volunteers and voluntary organisations who have pledged their support.

Those requiring help are asked to call the support line on 0300 126 1000 (option 5).