Coastal Medical Partnership continues to deliver the Covid-19 Vaccination Programme, both in the community and at our vaccination clinic at New Milton Health Centre.
We are now vaccinating our 18-24 year olds with 1st doses of Pfizer, and aiming to hold evening and weekend clinics to accomodate those working. If you have booked an appointment, it is really important you attend so that you don't deny others the opportunity to receive theirs as soon as possible. At our clinic on Saturday 19th June, 11% of patients who had booked their appointments did not turn up. If you are not able to attend, then please telephone our booking line, 01425 611788 between 8.30am and 1.00pm, or your site's reception team outside these hours.
Our invitations are being sent out via SMS text to those with mobile phones, and to those without by email or letter. Once you receive your invite, you will be asked to book online via a 'link' or contact the booking line on 01425 611788 to book your appointments if you have no access to internet.
When you have been contacted and given a pre-booked appointment; you will have been assigned to RED CLINIC or GREEN CLINIC. To help explain where to go when you arrive at New Milton Health Centre, please watch the video.
Updated 22nd June 2021
New Covid Vaccination Text Invitations and Bookings
When it is your turn to receive a Covid-19 Vaccination you will now receive an SMS text with a link that enables you to book your appointment online.
To the right you can see pictorial examples of:
- The text you will receive
- Your Booking Confirmation
For the link to work, please ensure your phone is connected to Wifi or 4G. Alternatively you can copy the link and input to your Tablet or Desktop PC internet browser.
Should you be unable to make your booking online you can call the number in the text and we can get you booked in.
If you do not have your mobile number logged with us, we will contact you by e mail, land line or letter.
You will receive a separate text for your 2nd Vaccination.
Updated 13th May 2021
The Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) and The Grove Pharmacy, Christchurch Has Opened As A Mass Vaccination Site
This will greatly help with the mass roll out of vaccinations in the surrounding area. This site will be an additional option for some of our patients.
If you are invited to attend the BIC or The Grove Pharmacy via an NHS letter, you can choose to go there or choose to await an invite from the practice. If you already have an appointment for your vaccine at the New Milton Health Centre and have received a letter offering the option of the BIC, this does not change your appointment here. If you choose to attend the BIC or The Grove Pharmacy, please let us know so that we may use your appointment for other patients.
updated 13th May 2021
Systmonline and NHS App
You can register for our online services called 'Systmonline' by contacting us. When we receive your request, we will send you a username and password for Systmonline (as well as an Account ID, Passphrase and ODS code which you can use for third party apps such as Airmid or the NHS app.) Log into Systmonline and you will be prompted to change your password to something more memorable. Once in to Systmonline, we recommend you apply straight away for your 'Detailed Coded Record' and 'Full Clinical Record' by going to 'Account' and then 'Manage Online Services' and clicking 'Add' next to 'Detailed Coded Record' and 'Full Clinical Record'.
Once you have received notice from the practice that you have been allocated access to your 'Detailed Coded Record' and 'Full Clinical Record' you may wish to download the NHS App which will link to your medical records. In the NHS App and if you have received your Covid-19 Vaccination, you will see this logged under 'Check Your Covid-19 Vaccination Record' or 'Consultation and Events'.
updated 18th May 2021
Useful Links for Obtaining Your Covid-19 Vaccination Status
The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)
Some patients have experienced side-effects from the COVID-19 vaccinations.
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is encouraging patients to report these side effects using the Yellow Card self-reporting scheme to do this.
Follow the link to their website by clicking on the 'Yellow Card' image →
Updated 13th May 2021