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COVID-19 Vaccination | How to access your vaccine in the Black Country and West Birmingham (blackcountryandwestbirmccg.nhs.uk)
It's never too late to have your first vaccine!
Booking a Covid Booster Vaccine:
From 13th December 2021, all adults aged 30-39 are able to book an appointment online via the National Booking System, with bookings available for those aged 18 and over from tomorrow (Wednesday 15 December).
To be eligible for a booster jab, people must have had their second dose at least three months ago.
The best way for people to get a vital booster jab is to make an appointment through the National Booking System.
Those people who have still not had their first or second dose of the vaccine are also urged to come forward and get it now.
Appointments can be booked online via the National Booking System, or by calling 119. Walk-in appointments are also available at a number of vaccination sites across the area including Tipton Sports Academy in Sandwell, The Saddlers Vaccination Centre in Walsall, the Cardiac Rehab Gym at City Hospital and the Mander Vaccination Centre in Wolverhampton, more sites can be found here.
Please note that anyone who has tested positive for the virus recently will need to wait until four weeks after the date they were tested to get a dose of the vaccine.
Prescriptions can be requested via email to firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, date of birth and what medication you are requesting. You can contact us on 01384 634511 and order over the telephone if you are housebound and can't leave the house. Alternatively contact your usual pharmacy and ask them to arrange on your behalf.
If you are feeling unwell or you need to speak to a clinician, then please do not hesitate to contact us. We are operating a telephone triage system and have authorised the Admin staff to gather as much information regarding your reason for a call back. The Clinician will then decide the appropriate route to take and could include any of the following;
- Telephone consultation
- Video consultation
- Face to face appointment (please note that all though we endeavour to provide you with an appointment at Haden Vale Medical Practice it maybe that we request that you attend a surgery within our Black Country Hub)
If you are asked to attend any clinicial setting then you MUST wear a face covering/mask. This is to ensure the safety of you, our patients and of course our staff. We also ask that you DO NOT ATTEND if you have any of the following symptoms (however slight);
- Temperature (or feeling hot)
- Continuous cough
- Loss of smell or taste
- Live with someone with these symptoms
If you do attend and it is found that you failed to disclose any of the above symptoms, then further action may be taken made regarding your care at Haden Vale Medical Practice.
At Haden Vale Medical Practice, we take pride in offering the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare and will continue to run many clinics for long term conditions as well as a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, and childhood vaccinations (this could change at short notice).
We very much appreciate your help and support during these difficult times. It is important that we all do our bit to support the NHS locally as it continues to see and treat you, your family and friends