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Welcome to Newquay Health Centre


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COVID VACCINATION INFORMATION

COVID-19 Vaccination – How to get a 2nd dose

 

If it has been 8 weeks or more since your first COVID-19 vaccination, then you can book your second vaccine.

 

It is important to have both doses to get the best possible protection against COVID-19. It will also reduce the risk of you passing COVID-19 to anyone else.

 

By having both doses of the vaccine we can make sure that we provide the body with the best protection against the virus

 

To make an appointment for your second dose please call 119 or visit:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/

 

You can also find out about which walk-in vaccination clinics offer 2nd doses here

Watergate local vaccination service at Newquay Health Centre – ended on Monday 7th June.

See below for more details

Watergate local vaccination service at Newquay Health Centre


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MISSION STATEMENT

Newquay Health Centre is a long established GP surgery that is committed to preserving and enhancing its good reputation for being caring and innovative, by providing high quality medical services in a friendly, happy, and healthy environment for both patients and staff.

We undertake to:

  • Treat you with respect and courtesy at all times

  • Provide you with advice and treatment in a timely manner

  • Help you make decisions about your health by treating you with respect

  • Discuss available treatments and refer you on to other experts where necessary

  • Act as your advocate and guide through health care services

  • Maintain confidentiality in what we discuss and the records we keep on your behalf

  • Keep up to date with developments in health care by continuing to learn

In return we ask you to:

  • Keep your appointment and/or let us know as soon as possible if you can't attend

  • Only use urgent out-of-hours services for urgent conditions which can't wait until the next day or over the weekend.

  • Be nice to our staff! They do their best for you and respond very well to "please" and "thank you"

  • Let us know if you have any suggestions or cause for complaint as soon as possible

  • Let us know when we have done well

(Site updated 06/10/2021)
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