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Book or manage a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (

COVID-19 Vaccination Status available on NHS App of by calling 119. Please do not contact the surgery 

See Coronavirus page for latest vaccination news

Contact 111 for medical advice when we are closed

See Opening times section then click tab for "When we are closed" for out of hours services details

Use NHS 111 online for advice or call  111





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PPG and surgery newsletter - we now have a page in the Parish magazine. 

New sessions for the Menopause Café, please see the Menopause page for further details

Our nursing team are working hard to help patients with long term conditions, dressings and health reviews so we are kindly asking patients to book their blood tests at St Marks Hospital.

Book or manage a booster dose of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine - NHS (

Follow the link above for the latest info and how to book your Covid-19  Booster if eligible  

General Practice Data for Planning and Research  

See Further Information Page 4 Data Collection and Opt outs 

New guidance for parents on how to manage childhood illnesses on the link 

Parents/Carers :: Frimley HealthierTogether (   Please see this link for important info on healthcare and services 

Cookham Menopause Cafe  - Update see Menopause page

Dr Azmy Birdi, who is an accredited specialist in Women’s health and Menopause medicine, alongside Dr Clare Westcott, training further in Women’s health, held a course of 3 menopause café sessions. Slides now on the Menopause page 

Dr Birdi will soon be starting a series of regular posts on that page 

How to book Blood tests - see Appointment page Blood test tab 

E-consult service on Home page bright blue box

See Opening times page re additional Telephone Consultations outside normal opening hours 



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