C19-vaccine

Vaccination update

Please contact the practice if aged 25+ or had a letter or text invite and not had your 1st vaccine. 

Otherwise please do not contact the practice until called. You will be contacted when it’s your turn to be vaccinated, either by phone, letter or as a text message invite from accurx (see booking image). 

The NHS has grouped practices together and our vaccine clinic is based at:

Attwood Green Health Centre

Text invite to book online

When it's your turn, you may recieve a text message invite from accurx with a weblink to book online

Vaccination certification

For COVID vaccination certification information please see:

Access proof of vaccination status via either:

  1. NHSapp - see www.nhsapp.service.nhs.uk/login
  2. Online - at covid-status.service.nhsx.nhs.uk
  3. Calling 119 - NHS helpline to request letter in post

Alternative vaccination clinics

Find alternative clinics if eligible

If eligible, this link lets you book alternatives vaccination centres such as Millennium Point and Aston Villa Park

 

Vaccine targets

  • 15th April: 1st dose to priority groups 1-9
  • 31st July: 1st dose to all adults

Vaccine to be delivered based on priority, we are currently vaccinating groups 1 to 10

Group 4: shielded

Group 6: underlying health conditions

Group 6: UHC & carers

Underlying health conditions (UHC):

  • chronic respiratory disease, including: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis and severe asthma
  • chronic heart disease (and vascular disease)
  • chronic kidney disease
  • chronic liver disease
  • chronic neurological disease including
  • epilepsy
  • Down’s syndrome
  • severe and profound learning disability
  • diabetes
  • solid organ, bone marrow and stem cell transplant recipients
  • people with specific cancers
  • immunosuppression due to disease or treatment
  • asplenia and splenic dysfunction
  • morbid obesity
  • severe mental illness

Carers: in receipt of a carer’s allowance, or main carer of an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill.