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SPRING 2022 BOOSTER

A booster vaccination clinic will be held on Saturday 7th May from 9 - 12.30pm. Those who are eligible (currently 75+) will be invited by the surgery to attend.

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COVID BOOSTER VACCINATION

You can still avail of booster, 1st and 2nd doses from the trust sites and pharmacies.

Information on these clinics can be found on the following link:

Covid 19 Vaccinations in NI

Covid-19 Information

 

Please be aware that Practices are unable to issue letters confirming their COVID-19 vaccination status.

The Department of Health have advised that letters from GPs, HSC organisations and the VMS are unable to produce proof of vaccination status to the standard needed for travel purposes.

Please see here for full letter regarding Vaccination Status

Please see following links for updated coronavirus information:

https://www.publichealth.hscni.net/news/covid-19-coronavirus

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/wuhan-novel-coronavirus-information-for-the-public

  


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Breast Screening

Things are a little different this year for us all with the onset of the Covid19 pandemic in March 20, but looking after your health is still important.  At present all Breast services are continuing throughout NI.

The breast screening services have implemented new risk assessed measures to help keep everyone safe:

  • Covid Questionnaire on entering unit
  • PPE worn by staff
  • Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Increased infection control measures including regular cleaning of equipment and touch point areas after every mammogram.

if you have recently bee offered a screening appointment but are concerned for any reason, please contact your local screening unit where staff are on hand to answer any questions. Even if you have missed your recent appointment and now wish to attend, this can be easily arranged by contacting the Breast Screening Unit.

See Breast Screening Unit Infection Control Measures.

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