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18-29 COVID-19 Vaccination Service

Those aged 18 to 29 (as of 17 May 2021) are currently being invited to register for their coronavirus vaccine. Under 30s COVID-19 registration service – Home page (

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Community Garden at our Croftfoot Surgery

Our Practice Links Practitioner Kayleigh Stockley and Practice Manager David Sweeney have raised funding from our Health and Social Care Partnership to turn an unused space at the back of the Croftfoot Practice into a stunning Community Garden for patients and staff. Progress has been great and the project is near completion. The spaced has been

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Service Recovery Arrangements – A message from the Practice Manager.

Our practices at Croftfoot and Gorbals has arrangements in place for the restart / recovery of GP services and to ensure that this is done in a planned and co-ordinated way and complies with Government and Public Health COVID-19 guidelines.  The health and safety of practice staff and the people who visit our practice is

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We wish to inform our patients that the Practice has remained opened since the start of the covid pandemic and continues to do so.  However, due to Government and RCGP guidelines, the doors are closed to allow controlled access for the protection of both patients and staff. For this reason, patients should only attend the

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Public Holidays 2021 -2022

Monday July 19 Glasgow Fair Monday Sept 27 Autumn Monday Dec 27 Christmas Tuesday Dec 28 Christmas Monday Jan 03 New Year Tuesday Jan 04 New Year

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Get a record of your Vaccination Status

Get a record of your coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination status Your vaccination status is a record of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccinations you have received. Your status includes your name, date of birth, and any coronavirus vaccinations you have received in Scotland. Do not contact your GP practice about your coronavirus vaccination status. GP’s cannot provide letters showing

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