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COVID Boosters - 29/12/2021 – As from today we are using a new method for inviting patients to book Covid vaccination appointments. Our hope is to try to make things easier for patients and to help manage the amount of phone calls coming through to Reception. This should help leave the phone lines more available for unwell patients who need our help. If you do not have a mobile phone or internet access; please ring Reception on 01386 552424 who will be happy to help you. For patients who have a mobile phone:  you will be sent a text with a link to book your Covid vaccination appointment at Abbottswood Medical Centre.

A note to our patients 20/10/21 - Click here

Flu Clinics - click here

Asthma & Returning to school - click here

Face Coverings from 19/7/2021 - Click here for an update on Face Coverings whilst attending the surgery.

COVID vaccination certification - you can find out how to get your certification here

General Practice Data for Planning and Research - you may have seen news regarding this data extraction.  For more information, please click here.

Out of Hours For assistance between the hours of 18:30 & 08:00 & at weekends, please ring 111.

Vending Machine From 1st July 2021 we have a prescription automated vending machine at Abbottswood Medical Centre.  For more information click here.

NHS Survey Results Click here to see the article in the Evesham Journal July 2021

Pershore Wellbeing Hub is a free service which opened on Wednesday 23rd June in the High Street.  For further information click here.

Pershore Rotary Club's Thank You video click here

Germ defence text - in a strategy to relieve the winter pressure on the NHS we have been asked to send out texts to all patients to advise of a website called germ defence.  It is optional and you can forward it on to family and friends if of use.  For more information please click here and scroll to bottom.

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