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Covid-19 Vaccinations 

For the current information about the Covid-19 vaccinations for patients of Painswick Surgery, please click Click Here

Please try and refrain from calling or emailing the Surgery regarding vaccinations. We will contact you when we have information about the vaccinations available for your cohort. 

Government Information about the vaccine can also be found at: Covid-19 Vaccination 

Please be aware that the Covid Vaccination is FREE and we will NEVER ask you for your bank account details or payment.

We have been informed from a handful of patients that they have received `scam` emails and texts offering an appointment for a vaccination and to provide their bank details.  PLEASE DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE.

If you are unsure, please telephone the Surgery. 


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#SmearForSmear 2021

Let’s face it, the last year has been a challenge with lots of things in life becoming more difficult.

But one thing hasn't changed: The importance of cervical Screening!

Smear tests are the best protection against cervical cancer, but they aren't always easy and coronavirus has added additional challenges to attending.

We want to ensure as many people as possible have reliable information and support about smear tests, results and any changes due to the pandemic. Will you join us?

Start the year with a positive, you could help one of your friends or family book a test that could save their life. Lots of people are unsure if they can, or should, go for screening at the moment.

If you have been invited, it is because your GP practice has taken measures to keep you safe while in the surgery. If you have an appointment, government guidance says that you are allowed to go, even within the current restrictions across the UK, as cervical screening is a medical appointment.

Please telephone the surgery if you have received an invitation on 01452 812545.

(Site updated 19/02/2021)
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