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The Covid-19 vaccination programme has begun

When it is your turn to be vaccinated, the NHS will contact you. Please do not contact the NHS.

In Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, a few different health and care organisations including hospitals, GP practices, care homes and others are working together on the Covid-19 vaccination programme. This means when it is your turn to be vaccinated, this may not be at your GP practice. You will be told where to go for your appointment and how to book.

In line with expert guidance, the first priority for vaccination is care homes residents and staff, people over the age of 80 and frontline health and care workers.

We understand a lot of people want to be vaccinated and would like to reassure you this will happen. Please be patient and wait to be contacted.

The public have an important part to play to help:

  • please don’t contact the NHS to seek a vaccine, we will contact you;
  • when we do contact you, please attend your booked appointments;
  • and please continue to follow all the guidance to control the virus and save lives.

For further information on why you are being asked to wait for your Covid-19 vaccine, please read the information on the GOV.UK website or this leaflet.

FLU VACCINATION FOR THE 50-64 AGE GROUP - URGENT NOTIFICATION

We are now giving this vaccination to the 50-64 age group, to book your flu vaccination please call the practice on 0115 9290754 to book an appointment.

Dr Hodegere has recently joined the group as the Senior Partner of JRB Healthcare

He has recently worked with West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) as their Medical Director providing clinical leadership. His career has been varied in the NHS, starting as an Anaesthetist before moving through various surgical specialties and into emergency medicine before joining general practice. He has worked as a GP since 2012, specialising in management in primary care for the past 5 years. As well as his work with WMAS, he has worked as a clinical lead within community.

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