Flu Clinics 2021
We have finally received delivery of our flu vaccine and are pleased to advise regarding the planned clinics – invitations to our clinic on Saturday 9th October have been sent in descending order of age to patients in each vaccine category (Over 65 and 18-64). Further invitations to our later clinics will be sent this week.
The Clinics will be held at Queen Elizabeth High School. Currently, our clinics are as follows:
65 and over
18-64 at risk
50-64 with no underlying health condition
Saturday 9th October
Born before or on 25-Jun-1948
Born before or on 15-Jul-1969
Saturday 23rd October
Born between 26-Jun-1948 and 31-Mar-1957
Over 18 born after 16-Jul-1969
Patients born between 01-Apr-1957 and 31-Mar-1971
YOU MUST BRING YOUR LETTER WITH YOU TO YOUR APPOINTMENT. If your letter has not arrived a few days before your appointment, please contact Reception.
If you are unable to attend on your specified date, further invites will be sent at a later date.
COVID-19 Vaccination Certification
We are unable to issue these certificate at the practice.
Please see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/demonstrating-your-covid-19-vaccination-status-when-travelling-abroad for further information.
Proof of your vaccination status will be available on the NHSapp.
The NHSapp can be downloaded from here for iPhone or here for android. Once ID has been confirmed by the app, we will change your access level to view this information within 7 days. Please only contact the surgery after 7 days if you still do not have access.
Alternatively you can call the NHS helpline on 119 (from 17 May) and ask for a letter to be posted to you. This must be at least 5 days after you’ve completed your course of the vaccine, the letter may to take up to 5 days to reach you.
Type One Opt-Out
More information on the type one data opt out can be found at
General Practice Data for Planning and Research: NHS Digital Transparency Notice - NHS Digital
To opt out, please complete the form linked below and return this to the surgery, either by post or by email.
DELAY TO START OF GPDPR Data Opt-out extraction - There is an update on our Current Important Information tab (menu on right of screen) and we will update as we get further news
During the COVID-19 pandemic we have been operating a Total Triage service for all requests, whether for an appointment or other type of request, clinical or administrative.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, NHS England and NHS Improvement have supported all GP practices in England with the rapid implementation of a ‘total triage’ model using telephone and online consultation tools.
Total triage means that every patient contacting the practice is first triaged before making an appointment. We will be asking you to speak to the most appropriate clinician on the telephone who can help you as quickly as possible. It is possible for the doctor or nurse to do your consultation via video call but if the doctor feels that you need a face to face appointment this will be arranged for you.
Total triage is important to reduce avoidable footfall in practices and protect patients and staff from the risks of infection
Managing your health at home
To maintain social distancing and prevent the spread of the coronavirus, you are advised to stay at home as much as possible. While you are at home it's still easy to get NHS help and support using your smartphone, tablet or computer.
The Health at Home webpage has information letting you know how to:
- contact your GP
- order repeat prescriptions
- manage long-term conditions
- maintain your mental and physical wellbeing
If you need an NHS service, try to do it online first. If you cannot get what you need this way try asking a friend or family member to help you, or speak to your GP surgery on the phone.
Find out more at: NHS Health at home
HOPE Centre Support
The HOPE Centre are offering virtual support in the following areas: domestic abuse; emotional support; parenting; mental health; debt and finance; children and families.
If you would like to more information on the support they can offer and how to contact them, please select the following link: HOPE Centre Support information
Link to Government Guidance re social distancing 17.3.2020
Thank you for helping protect our wonderful community!
Nunwell Surgery is a semi rural practice serving approximately 9500 patients scattered across an area of approximately 150 square miles.
There has been a surgery in this location since the late 1800’s.
We aim to provide the highest possible level of health care for our patients.
This website outlines the services we offer and provides you with information you may find useful.
We are a General Medical Services Practice (an NHS contract definition) which enables the practice to provide locally negotiated services.
Disabled access and facilities
Nunwell Surgery has good access for patients who are disabled or have mobility difficulties. A designated parking bay is adjacent to the surgery entrance and the surgery has a ramp and wide doors to allow for wheelchair access. All consultation rooms are accessible in a wheelchair. A wheelchair is available to use within the surgery should you require one.
There are Braille signs throughout the building to assist visually impaired patients, and we also have the Hearing Loop system for hearing aid users.
If you require any assistance, do not hesitate to ask.
(Site updated 22/10/2021)