Ancrum ONE Medical Practice | Ancrum Medical Centre | 12/14 Ancrum Road | Dundee DD2 2HZ | Tel: 01382 669500
ANCRUMONE

NHS GP Practice in Dundee, Scotland

COVID-19 Vaccination at Ancrum One Who will be vaccinated at a clinic in Ancrum Medical Centre? In line with UK guidance, the first people vaccinated in our clinics were those aged 80 or over. The next group to receive the vaccine were people aged 75 to 79 and the third group was those aged 70 to 74 plus any individuals who are clinically extremely vulnerable (those who were or are shielding). Most people in these groups have been vaccinated at mass vaccination centres rather than at our GP Surgery. The full list of all nine priority groups is available here. It is likely that you will be offered your vaccination at a location other than Ancrum Medical Centre but arrangements are yet to be finalised for all the priority groups. There are separate arrangements in Tayside to vaccinate those who live in care homes and those who are housebound. When will I be vaccinated? The over 80 age group had their first vaccine dose administered between mid January and early February 2021 and their second dose will be 10 to 12 weeks later. Other groups have followed on in priority order. You will be contacted by telephone to arrange your first and second appointments when you are eligible. Please do not contact us directly unless your Priority Group is asked to do so by the Scottish Government or NHS Tayside through media announcements. The rate of progress of the vaccination program is dependent on vaccine production and distribution so we cannot give you an accurate prediction for the date of your first vaccination. The most up to date information is always available on the NHSinform and NHS Tayside websites. AT YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR COVID-19 VACCINATION Please note that due to the pandemic, the clinics at Ancrum Medical Centre will be organised to comply with social distancing guidelines to reduce the risk to patients and staff. Please do not attend early for your appointment. Patients will be required to wait in a socially distanced queue outside the building, please come dressed for the weather conditions. Patients must wear a face covering. Patients will be symptom checked before entry. If a patient has symptoms of Covid-19 or has been in contact with someone with symptoms prior to their appointment, they MUST cancel and re-schedule their appointment. When entering the clinical room – please remove your coat, roll up sleeve and advise clinician of your name and date of birth. Only Covid vaccination will be administered on the day, patients should not discuss any other issues with the clinician as no consultations or prescription collections will be available.
Ancrum ONE Medical Practice | Ancrum Medical Centre | 12/14 Ancrum Road | Dundee DD2 2HZ | Tel: 01382 669500
ANCRUMONE

NHS GP Practice in Dundee, Scotland

COVID-19 Vaccination at Ancrum One Who will be vaccinated at a clinic in Ancrum Medical Centre? In line with UK guidance, the first people vaccinated in our clinics were those aged 80 or over. The next group to receive the vaccine were people aged 75 to 79 and the third group was those aged 70 to 74 plus any individuals who are clinically extremely vulnerable (those who were or are shielding). Most people in these groups have been vaccinated at mass vaccination centres rather than at our GP Surgery. The full list of all nine priority groups is available here. It is likely that you will be offered your vaccination at a location other than Ancrum Medical Centre but arrangements are yet to be finalised for all the priority groups. There are separate arrangements in Tayside to vaccinate those who live in care homes and those who are housebound. When will I be vaccinated? The over 80 age group had their first vaccine dose administered between mid January and early February 2021 and their second dose will be 10 to 12 weeks later. Other groups have followed on in priority order. You will be contacted by telephone to arrange your first and second appointments when you are eligible. Please do not contact us directly unless your Priority Group is asked to do so by the Scottish Government or NHS Tayside through media announcements. The rate of progress of the vaccination program is dependent on vaccine production and distribution so we cannot give you an accurate prediction for the date of your first vaccination. The most up to date information is always available on the NHSinform and NHS Tayside websites. AT YOUR APPOINTMENT FOR COVID-19 VACCINATION Please note that due to the pandemic, the clinics at Ancrum Medical Centre will be organised to comply with social distancing guidelines to reduce the risk to patients and staff. Please do not attend early for your appointment. Patients will be required to wait in a socially distanced queue outside the building, please come dressed for the weather conditions. Patients must wear a face covering. Patients will be symptom checked before entry. If a patient has symptoms of Covid-19 or has been in contact with someone with symptoms prior to their appointment, they MUST cancel and re-schedule their appointment. When entering the clinical room – please remove your coat, roll up sleeve and advise clinician of your name and date of birth. Only Covid vaccination will be administered on the day, patients should not discuss any other issues with the clinician as no consultations or prescription collections will be available.