Information & Guidance for our patients
Covid-19 vaccination programme
Bromley Connect Primary Care Network (comprising the Dysart, London Lane Clinic and SouthView surgeries) are now running a Covid-19 vaccination centre here at London Lane Clinic.
FOR FIRST DOSES:
NOTE: ONLY ASTRAZENECA VACCINE IS AVAILABLE FOR FIRST DOSES
When you become eligible for a Covid vaccination, you will be contacted by a text, phone call or a letter inviting you to make an appointment at the London Lane Clinic centre. So it is essential we have your correct contact details so that you are not missed.
Please do not contact us if you haven’t received an invitation yet. You will be contacted when it is the right time for you to book an appointment.
London Lane Clinic will be contacting ALL patients from the 3 surgeries when their vaccination is due.
FOR SECOND DOSES:
You will need to go back to where you had your first dose vaccination.
For those who had their first dose at Community House in Bromley, the Community House site is now CLOSED. You will be offered your second vaccination dose here at London Lane Clinic.
Your second dose has been reserved for you and will be the same as the first dose. We will contact you in due course and an appointment will be made for you to have your second dose. You will not be forgotten, you will be contacted.
Please help us and do not contact the practice or other NHS services to get your second appointment. Your support is appreciated to keep phone lines open for people who need to make appointments for other health matters.
To book a Covid-19 test, you must have one of these 3 symptoms:
- a high temperature
- a new, continuous cough
- loss of sense of smell or taste or it’s changed
If you need any help or are not comfortable with filling in on-line forms, then call the helpline on 119.
CLINICALLY EXTREMELY VULNERABLE PATIENTS
If you, or a relative are at very high risk of severe illness from Covid-19 because of an underlying health condition, for the latest information, please visit:
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To ensure the safety of all our patients and our staff, we are continuing to limit the number of patients that come to the surgery.
Until further notice, if you need to consult with a GP (for any health problem), please use the E-consult in the blue box on our home page. No log-in details are required. Complete the online form. This E-consult will be triaged by one of our doctors. If the doctor feels that they need to arrange a face to face appointment, you will be contacted to arrange this. Otherwise, you will be contacted via telephone, video call, text or email.
If you are not comfortable with filling in on-line forms, please call the surgery on 0208 460 2661 and a member of the reception staff will complete and submit the on-line form for you.
Our nurses and HCAs are providing the following services:
- Child and baby immunisations
- Cervical smears
- Vaccinations for pregnant women
- B12 vaccinations
- Depo injections
- Zoladex and other hormone injections
- Blood tests
- Phone consultations for contraception, mental health reviews and asthma reviews
We are no longer issuing paper prescriptions. When requesting your prescription, please nominate your preferred pharmacy and we will email it through to that pharmacy.
For repeat prescription requests, please email email@example.com
FIT NOTES (aka SICK NOTES)
Fit notes cannot be collected from the surgery. Where possible, they will be emailed, otherwise they will be posted