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We are very excited that the SWIFT PCN COVID vaccination site will go live in the Knowle West Health Living Centre from Friday 15th January 2021

We know patients are very keen to get their jab but please wait until you are invited to book an appointment by your practice

Please do not phone your practice or come to the Healthy Living Centre as this will delay our booking process – we will be working very hard to get all our patients aged 80 or over jabbed next week!

Thank you to all the SWIFT practices, the Healthy Living Centre , the CSU IT department and NHS property services who have all worked so well together to get the site up and running in such a short time.

If you have a positive COVID test and are struggling with your symptoms, please use the leaflet below for advice on what actions to take:

  COVID advice leaflet

If you are waiting for a hospital appointment, please use the link below for more information:

Waiting for your hospital care | NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG (bnssgccg.nhs.uk)

When We Are Closed

223794If you call the surgery out-of-hours you will be asked to re-dial 111. This call is free. The new NHS 111 service replaces NHS Direct and can transfer you to Brisdoc, our out-of-hours service if required. The South Bristol Community Hospital at Hengrove Park (BS14 0DB) 0117 342 9692 is the local Urgent Care Centre and Minor Injuries Unit.

Local Patient Record Network

Grange Road Surgery is part of the Local Patient Record Network. This means that key areas of your medical record may be made available to approved local NHS hospitals and out-of-hours care providers who may be responsible for your care out of hours or in an emergency.

This information will only be accessed by trained staff and only with your consent (unless you are too ill to give it). We believe that sharing this information will improve the quality of healthcare you receive, when you need NHS treatment outside of the surgery, but the choice to share this information is yours.

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 
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