By Dr Mark Howcutt - 15th January 2021 9:00pm
If you are hoping to be early in the queue for a Covid vacination, here is a helpful 'walk-through' video to help you understand the process before you get to the Vaccination Centre.
It shows you what to expect when you are booked in for your Covid vaccine at the Stoke Mandceville Stadium and gives an outline of the process from start to finish.
You can access it by clicking on this link:
A big thank you goes to all those volunteers, members of the Patient Participation Group and our staff at
Haddenham Medical Centre who have helped in the making of this video and in getting the centre up and running.
Please note: only patients who are booked in for vaccination should come to the centre — you cannot receive a vaccination without an appointment.
We ask you not to contact your GP surgery to request an appointment — the Practice will contact you to arrange your vaccination when it is your turn, in line with the national priority list for vaccines so that those at greatest risk are called first.
Thank you for your patience and support.
Dr Mark Howcutt
Haddenham Mewdical Centre
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