Please also see our COVID-19 information page
Please see our FB page for the latest updates of COVID vaccine clinic availability.
We are continuing to invite all of our Group 5 and 6 patients for their COVID vaccinations.
If you are in groups 2, 3,4 ,5 or 6 and would like an appointment at WOOLAVINGTON Surgery on Thursday 11th March then please request one via Ask My GP from 0800am on Monday.
We are working through our patient lists as quickly as we can to identify patients who fit into priority group 6 and to ensure that they are offered an appointment as quickly as possible.
For more information on eligibility, visit the JCVI. Or you can find out more information on the Somerset NHS vaccination programme
Thank you for your continuing support and patience.
Make the right call – need urgent care, but not sure where to go first?
When our surgery is closed or you need urgent care, just call NHS 111 – you’ll get the help that you need. You can speak to a medical professional before leaving home and access medical advice quickly and safely. When you call 111, a trained NHS advisor will help you to get the right help for your needs; this could be self-care, going to a pharmacist, or through an appointment at the surgery, or they may refer you to a specialist clinic.
If you do need urgent care, the 111 team will book you a time slot either within a Minor Injury Unit or A&E at Musgrove Park Hospital, or Yeovil District Hospital. The medical team will know why you are coming and when, and by calling ahead you will be less likely to wait for longer than necessary.
You can also use NHS 111 online and receive a call back from a trained health professional if you need it.
In a life threatening emergency, such as chest pain, a stroke, or severe burns, ring 999 or visit your local emergency (A&E) department. Read more on when to go to A&E.
If you would like a GP's consultation then you should access Ask-My-Gp via our website. It is easy and simple to use and gets your request to your prefered Doctor with the information they need to give you the assistance you need. Patients who do not have either an email address, or an internet-accessible mobile phone, may continue to ring reception who will complete the online form on their behalf. The fastest and best way to ask for GP advice is to use the Ask-My-Gp request form.
AskmyGP - the easy and fast way to ask for any kind of help from the Practice
We respond during working hours Monday to Friday.
It is open to requests from 07.30 am until 5.00 pm.
You can message a particular GP (so long as they’re working that day).
You can select a telephone, email or video call response.
If we need to see you we will usually give you an appointment the same day.
You can login now, without any paperwork.
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It's fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals.
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