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Your second doses of the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 mRNA vaccine 


As you may already be aware from the televised briefing held at Downing Street on Wednesday 30th December 2020 the second dose of the coronavirus vaccines will be given later than originally planned. This move is to ensure more people are given a first dose to help fight the UK's rising coronavirus infection rate, with the second dose administered up to three months later.  Please DO NOT contact your surgery to reschedule your 2nd vaccination they will contact you with your new appointment details.

Registering Online During Covid-19

If you have recently moved into the area please check if you live within the practice boundary before completing the registration form.  If you do not live within the practice boundary, the practice will not be able to accept your registration application.

If you are not moving outside the boundary of your current practice you are advised to remain temporarily with your current practice to ensure that you can continue to receive care from a health care professional who has immediate access to your full medical records.

You are currently not required to provide evidence of identification when registering, but it would be helpful to us that you do if possible.  A scanned copy or photo of one of the following is acceptable, Passport, Birth Certificate, Biometric Residence Permit, Travel Document, HC2 Certificate, ARC Card or Utility Bill.

We would also appreciate where possible to include your Next Of Kin details with you registration.

Registration may take up to 72 hours and we will accept applications via email during these unprecedented times to:

Collington Surgery via HRCCG.CollingtonPractice@nhs.net

Ninfield Surgery via HRCCG.Ninfield@nhs.net

Please be advised that we have two sites covering both Bexhill and Ninfield you will be allocated your nearest branch when we complete your application.

If required we may contact you to request additional information to complete your registration form.

pdfRegistration Form

 
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