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16-17 Year Olds are now eligible for there Covid-19 Jab!!!!!

It's great news that 16 and 17 year olds can now get the vaccine, meaning even more residents will be protected against Covid-19. This is where you can get yours this week: 


Walthamstow Library 2pm-8pm (Pfizer) 

Leyton Cricket Hub 3pm-7pm (Pfizer)


Walthamstow Library 8.30am-2.30pm (Pfizer) 

Elim Pentecostal Church, Leytonstone 3pm-7pm (Pfizer)

Priory Court Estate, Walthamstow 3pm-7pm (Pfizer)


Tawhid Mosque, Leyton 10am-5pm (Pfizer)

If you do not see a location close to your home above, please call 119 or visit the NHS website to book in closer to home. 

Book your vaccination 



Learn how to get the NHS App, and how to use it
Following the UK Government announcement that
Vaccine “Passports” will be in the NHS App,
visit  to learn how to get it.
Most people can download and register on the NHS App, on your mobile from the Apple Store or Google Play, without having to contact your GP. 
Click here to learn more he about the NHS App:

COVID UPDATE 26.05.2021

We have made some changes to our services to ensure that we are able to continue delivering safe and effective care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Face to face appointments are available to all our patients, but you will be asked to discuss your conditions over the phone or online using our online e-consult service first to assess what would be most appropriate for you.

 Requesting medications 

Sign up to online services and request your medications online, stating your preferred pharmacy. You can also call to nominate your pharmacy. Otherwise post or drop your request through the letter box. In some cases older people will be able to order their medication over the phone.  

Letters, forms and certificates

All letters and certificates will be sent via email. Please provide your email address when making a request. 

New patient registrations

Call the surgery and we will email you our registration forms which you will need to return to us via email along with ID. 

ONLINE CONSULTATIONS- You can now receive medical advice from the comfort of your own home. Please use the icon at the bottom of the page to seek medical help.

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(Site updated 31/08/2021)
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