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Updated 29.03.2021

COVID Vaccine 2nd Dose

We are currently ringing the patients who had their first Pfizer vaccination on the 16th,17th or 18th January 2021 to get them booked in for their Second Vaccination.

We are given short notice on the specific dates of our vaccine deliveries, for this reason you may hear from us on short notice to get your appointment booked in. 

If you have any queries please call us on 01736 793333 and press option 2 to speak to the COVID Team.

Thank you

Then Stennack Team

COVID Clinics Update

Updated 15.03.21

 We are now able to vaccinate eligible patients in Cohorts 1-9 which includes anyone aged 50+ and all patients in an at-risk group.

If you are aged 50+ and have not had your vaccine please contact the surgery now on 01736 793 333 to book your vaccine appointment. We are currently contacting all our patients in priority order by text message and telephone invite.


If you are Under 50 you are only currently eligbile for vaccination if you are in one of these at-risk groups below:

  • Health and Social Care Workers
  • People who live and work in Care Homes
  • Clinically extremely vulnerable (shielding patients)
  • Patients with underlying health conditions (see below for more details)

If you are in one of these at-risk groups please contact the surgery now on 01736 793 333 to book your vaccine appointment


Patients with underlying health conditions

There is good evidence that certain underlying health conditions increase the risk of morbidity and mortality from COVID-19. When compared to persons without underlying health conditions, the absolute increased risk in those with underlying health conditions is considered generally to be lower than the increased risk in persons over the age of 65 years (with the exception of the clinically extremely vulnerable – see above). The committee’s advice is to offer vaccination to those aged 65 years and over followed by those in clinical risk groups aged 16 years and over. The main risk groups identified by the committee are set out below:

  • chronic respiratory disease, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cystic fibrosis and severe asthma

  • chronic heart disease (and vascular disease)

  • chronic kidney disease

  • chronic liver disease

  • chronic neurological disease including epilepsy

  • Down’s syndrome

  • severe and profound learning disability

  • diabetes

  • solid organ, bone marrow and stem cell transplant recipients

  • people with specific cancers

  • immunosuppression due to disease or treatment

  • asplenia and splenic dysfunction

  • morbid obesity

  • severe mental illness

Other groups at higher risk, including those who are in receipt of a carer’s allowance, or those who are the main carer of an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if the carer falls ill, should also be offered vaccination alongside these groups.

Individuals within these risk groups who are clinically extremely vulnerable are discussed separately (see above). Further advice on risk groups, including clear definitions, are set out in the Green Book - Immunisation Against Infectious Disease.

More information can  also be found at: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/coronavirus-vaccine/ 

Updated 05.03.2021

We are currently still waiting for the go ahead to be able to vaccinate Group 7 patients (Aged 60-65). If you are in Group 7 you may have received a letter, this letter has come from NHS England. If you are in Group 7 you are able to book into receive your vaccination at the Mass Vaccination Sites, at the moment you are unable to receive your vaccine at The Stennack Surgery.

We hope to be able to vaccinate more groups soon.

We will update the website when we have more information.

 

Thank you

The Stennack Team

Updated 23.02.2021

COVID Clinics Update:

 

Patients in Cohort 5 (all those 65 years of age and over) should have been contacted by NHSE to book in at their closest Mass Vaccination Site. If you have not been invited and feel you should have been please call us at The Stennack Surgery on 01736 793333, and we will try to answer your query. 

 

Patients in Cohort 6 (individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality) should have recieved a text or phonecall from us at The Stennack Surgery. If you have not been invited and feel you should have been please call us at The Stennack Surgery on 01736 793333, we will try to answer your query and confirm which Cohort you are in. 

 

Carers (someone who cares for Friends or Family who cannot manage on their own) should have received a text or phonecall from us at The Stennack Surgery. If you are a Carer, please register with Kernow Carers and call us at The Stennack Surgery on 01736 793333 so that we can code you as a Carer and book you in for you first COVID vaccine. 

Updated: 17.02.2021

 

From Monday 15th February 2021 Cohort 5 and 6 became offically eligble to receive their first COVID vaccine.

In order to get everyone vaccinated as quickly as possible:

Cohort 5 (all those 65 years of age and over) will be contacted by the mass vaccination centres to book in their covid vaccination with the local Mass Vaccination Centres. If you are unable to attend the vaccination centres that are available to you then please call the Stennack Surgery on 01736 793333. 

Cohort 6 (individuals aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions which put them at higher risk of serious disease and mortality) will receive an invite from The Stennack Surgery to book in to one of our clinics either here at the Stennack Surgery or at our joint clinic at Bodriggy (joint with Bodriggy and Marizian surgery). 

Our aim is to get all eligible patients vaccinated as quick as possible. 

Thank you for your patience

The Stennack Team

Updated 16.02.2021

We have started sending out text messages to our Cohort 6 patients.

If you have received a text message from us that looks like the below text please click on the link in the text to book your COVID vaccine appointment at the Stennack Surgery. 

"You are now eligible to book your COVID-19 vaccine online at The Stennack Surgery, St Ives. If you cannot book online or have any queries please contact Stennack Surgery on 01736 793333."

If you are unable to book via the link or have any queries please call us on 01736 793333

Thank you

The Stennack Team

Stennack Surgery's COVID Vaccination Clinics

COVID Clinics - Updated 8.2.2021

 

We are aiming to vaccinate all of our patients in Group 1-4 this week.

We have tried to call, send texts,or send letters to all patients on this list. If you are over 70 and have not heard from us to book your first COVID Vaccine in then please call us on 01736 793333 to book your vaccine and confirm your contact details.

This week we have a clinic running Monday - Wednesday at The Stennack Surgery and have a clinic at Bodirggy Health Centre Thursday-Saturday for our patients to have their first COVID Vaccine. 

Thank you 

The Stennack Team