COVID19 VACCINATIONS:- Patients are being contacted by mobile phone, text or letter to invite them in for their 1st dose & subsequent 2nd dose of Covid19 vaccine.  You will be contacted by the site of your 1st dose to arrange your subsequent 2nd dose.. NHS England are responding to the national priority groups.  Please take the first opportunity to get your Covid vaccination to ensure that you are protected wherever you are offered a vaccine. A vaccination programme of this size and scale (1st and 2nd doses) will still take some time to roll out in full but we want to assure you that there is enough vaccination for everyone and no one will be forgotten

Chelsfield Surgery have now finished completing their 2nd doses within the surgery for any patients that had their 1st dose here. Where ever patients had their 1st dose, normally they would return to that site for their 2nd. If patients have been abroad or missed their 2nd dose of covid19 vaccine, then they need to contact website or telephone number below to book:

Information on booking a covid19 vaccine can be found or   National Booking Service

or ring 0208 175 0438

Please continue to follow all government guidelines to help control the virus and keep you, your loved ones and your community safe. Thankyou for your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.

Bromley Alliance will be wholly responsible for the delivery of the PFIZER vaccination. This is not something that your GP surgery can store, administer or book for their patients.

NHS services are using text messages as one of the ways to invite people in for their Covid vaccination. A genuine message will never ask for your bank details or request a payment. It may ask you to confirm your date of birth to make sure the message has reached the intended person. Text messages for our local GP-led site may include a weblink from ‘’.
If you receive a text message which looks suspicious, you can forward this free of charge to the 7726 SMS reporting service.

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