COVID vaccine supplies
You may have seen news coverage about vaccine supplies over the coming weeks.
From now until 29 March, our GP-run vaccination centre at Allum Hall will still be delivering vaccinations to people in the top priority cohorts. This includes everyone aged 50 or over, eligible carers and those in vulnerable groups. If you are one of these patients, you can also choose to book a vaccination online at https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine/ or by calling 119.
Everyone who is due to have a second dose of either the Pfizer or the AstraZeneca vaccine between 29 March and the end of April will receive their second dose. If you had your first dose at our GP-run vaccination centre then we will contact you when it is time for your next appointment. There is no need for you to phone us.
If you booked your first appointment at a pharmacy or large vaccination centre through the national booking system website or by calling 119 then you should already have a second dose appointment in your diary, which you should attend as planned.
Any first dose vaccinations already booked to take place in April via the national booking system will also still go ahead.
Up to date information about COVID vaccinations can be found at https://covid.healthierfuture.org.uk/
FLU CLINIC INFORMATION
We are now inviting ALL 50 to 64 years old for a Flu Vaccine. If you are unable to attend our Flu Clinic please contact the surgery.
We are continuing to provide the Flu Vaccine to over 65s, under 65s with certain long-term medical conditions, pregnant women and young children. If you are in one of these eligible groups and are unable to attend our Flu Clinics please contact the surgery.
*** WHEN ATTENDING OUR FLU CLINIC PLEASE WEAR A FACE COVERING ***
*** DO NOT ATTEND OUR FLU CLINIC IF YOU ARE UNWELL OR HAVE A TEMPERATURE ***
NB: Getting the flu vaccine is an important part of staying well this winter. If we’ve invited you to a flu clinic, or to make an appointment for the flu jab, it’s because you will benefit from it. Please do come along and get vaccinated.
We have taken extra steps this year to make sure that you can get the flu vaccine without risking catching Covid-19. We have a one-way system in place, and staff will be in masks and other forms of PPE. We ask that you take steps to keep yourself and others safe by wearing a mask if you can and keeping distant from others waiting for the flu vaccine.
If you have or think you might have Covid, please don’t come to the flu clinic. Let us know and we’ll find another time to give your flu vaccine. Symptoms of Covid-19 are a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a change in or loss of your sense of taste or smell.
We are working hard to ensure that you can get your flu vaccine safely – you have nothing to worry about by attending the practice or one of our flu clinics. We want you to know that you are as safe as possible while at one of our clinics. Come and get your flu vaccine, and help us to help you stay well this winter.
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Theobald Centre has been serving Borehamwood as well as parts of Elstree, Radlett, Shenley and surrounding local areas for over 50 years. We are a modern, progressive NHS family doctor practice with traditional values.
Our surgery team consists of GPs, a Practice Nurse, Reception Manager, Reception and Administration team, Physiotherapist and a Counsellor.
We are a committed and well established family GP practice based in Borehamwood. We pride ourselves in providing our patients with high standards of care in a friendly environment. We aim to achieve this by working with and for our patients. We have a patient participation group.
At Theobald Centre we offer a full general practice service and in addition we run specialist clinics for diabetics, asthma and COPD sufferers, patients with heart disease, antenatal and postnatal checks, family planning and stop-smoking services, new baby checks, childhood immunisation, travel and a whole lot more.
This website is designed for both existing patients and those looking to register with us. You can download a registration form from this website.
If you would like any further information or would like to register with us, please pop-in and see us or contact us by phone, and we will be happy to answer any queries and will help you to register with us.
All new patients are offered an appointment for a general health check.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
To see the results of our patient survey, please visit our patient participation group page
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The surgery has easy ground floor access, a reserved parking space and a toilet suitable for wheelchair users.