Every Friday at 6pm for the local community Hughenden Valley pharmacy is offering a walk-in vaccination service for ages 18 years and above for Pfizer vaccination. This is so vaccination doses for patients that did not turn up do not go to waste.
Frequently asked questions:
1) can I come before 6pm? No only from 6pm
2) will I definitely get a vaccination if I turn up? Sorry first come first serve and only if there is some spare.
3) Can I call the surgery or pharmacy to see if there is any spare? Please do not do this they will not know and you will be blocking a telephone line.
4) Do I need to bring anything? Just yourself and your NHS number.https://w3w.co/firms.itself.petalhttps://www.nhs.uk/…/online-services/find-nhs-number/…
Public bus service and school transport operators across Buckinghamshire are getting ready to implement the new government guidelines on wearing face coverings on public transport to help avoid spreading coronavirus.
The same applies to the GP Surgery & Pharmacy.
Face Coverings guidance
The NHS has released a guide for parents on how to access services for your children if you are worried about them. GPs and A & Es are still open and although the way they are assessing/seeing patients may feel different – please don’t let that put you off if you are worried about your child.
NHS guide for parents during Covid-19
“To pick up a repeat for someone you will need name and address of patient and then sign for it. CD’s (Controlled Drugs) usually require ID of the person collecting.”
COVID-19: Accessing medicines from your local pharmacies
Our Surgery and Dispensary services will be open normal hours, on Fri 10th and Mon 13th April over the Easter Bank Holiday.
Hughenden Valley Surgery hours over Easter 2020
On-line consultations are now active at the practice, see here for details.