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Mayfield Medical Centre

Mayfield Medical Centre

national health service

To protect patients and staff we are managing most issues remotely through our website and by phone. If invited for a face-to-face appointment please bring a face covering (mask/scarf) with you. Please refer to the link below in the welcome section
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This is the Mayfield Medical Centre Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Page


Contents of this page:

  • Update: Mode of Operation at the Practice - Urgent Appointments and Matters

  • Your COVID Recovery link: Support for people who have themselves, or who have family members who have suffered from COVID 19.

  • COVID-19 National Information Links 

  • Vaccinating Health and Social Care Staff

  • COVID-19 Vaccination: An update for patients on the progress of the COVID-19 vaccination


COVID-19 Vaccination (Update 25th January 2021)



Dear Patient

We are all excited to hear about the progress of the rolling out of the Covid vaccine and look forward to this improving the quality of life for all of us.

We know that you, like us, are struggling with the continued confines imposed upon us all due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Everyone is trying to make the best of the situation and, as a practice, we are committed to caring for you in the best possible way whilst keeping both you and our team safe.

To keep you as informed as possible, we will update these messages frequently as we become aware of more information from NHS England:

The vaccines are being rolled out in a very strict order 

Please do not contact the surgery nor the hospital to seek a vaccine

We will contact you when the NHS has informed us that you are eligible

The vaccinations will be given at a central site in Farnborough or at one of the mass vaccination centres, once these are established, and not at the Practice


We are still open if you have any medical concerns and will offer advice via the telephone whenever we can to prevent you leaving home unnecessarily


With the current rapid increase in Covid-19 cases it is even more important to:

  • wash your hands
  • wear a face mask as advised
  • keep 2 metres apart



Thank you for your patience 


Mayfield Medical Centre



Vaccinating Health and social care staff (18th January 2021)


NHS England and NHS Improvement have now published a Standard Operating Procedure for the vaccination of frontline health and social care staff.  This identifies the people who can currently access NHS Health and Social Care vaccination hubs. This guidance will help organisations plan the rollout, including providing information on prioritisation and delivery methods,


All frontline health and social care workers will be eligible for the covid vaccination regardless of whether they work in hospitals, people’s homes or another setting, or who employs them.


  • If you are a frontline health or social care worker and want to enquire about your first covid vaccine dose, please do not contact your GP surgery.
  • If you are working for an organisation please contact them as they will likely have a roll out plan.
  • If you are self-employed or run a small organisation and have not had contact from NHS vaccination services please contact: bookingqueries.ebpc@nhs.net Within your email, please state the number of staff members that need to be vaccinated.
  • Once your email is received, you will be contacted with details about how to book your appointment.

Please note, you may not get an immediate response as we are booking more than 30,000 health and social care workers in this area so please bear with us.


Getting vaccinated only protects you from the virus, so you will still need to follow IPC and testing measures in your workplace, and follow general advice at work, at home and when you are out and about:



COVID-19 Mode of Operation at the Practice (Update 6th January 2021)

Due to the recent surge in Covid-19 and the pressures on the NHS, we have been asked to stop any NON-ESSENTIAL work immediately. We will keep this under review.


We are asking that you ONLY call us or do an online consultation if you have an URGENT request. If it is a ROUTINE request, we will ask you to contact us when the pressures have reduced. We are still taking all prescription requests as normal.


Please do continue to contact us for acute illnesses or urgent matters.


Thank you for your support





Your COVID Recovery Website (3rd December 2020)

Your COVID Recovery is an interactive web-based programme developed to support the recovery of individuals recovering from COVID-19.

Please click the following link for more inforamation and support available: Your COVID Recovery | Supporting your recovery after COVID-19




COVID-19 Advice for your region (September 2019)

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Get the latest NHS information and advice about coronavirus (COVID-19).

Check if you or your child has coronavirus symptoms

Find out about the main symptoms of coronavirus and what to do if you have them.

Self-isolation and treatment if you have coronavirus symptoms

Advice about staying at home (self-isolation) and treatment for you and anyone you live with.


Testing and tracing

Information about testing for coronavirus and what to do if you're contacted by the NHS Test and Trace service.

People at high risk

Advice for people at higher risk from coronavirus, including older people, people with health conditions and pregnant women.

Social distancing and changes to everyday life

Advice about avoiding close contact with other people (social distancing), looking after your wellbeing and using the NHS and other services during coronavirus.

GOV.UK: coronavirus – guidance and support

Government information and advice.




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