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Proof of COVID-19 vaccination status
Patients can access their COVID-19 vaccination status though the NHS App. Patients are being advised by Gov.uk that they do not need to contact their GP surgery about their COVID-19 vaccination status.   

Currently, the Booster is not required for your COVID passport (it is your primary doses) which define your COVID passport.   Vaccination information is available on the NHS App to view. 


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FREE Lateral Flow Test Devices are no longer available from the Collingham Pharmacy. 


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Further information around COVID can be found in our "All things COVID" page 



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If you have been advised to self-isolate and require a Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) Employee Statement of Sickness for your employer, please click on the link below to open a printable form.  This form can also be completed on-line on the GOV.UK website.


Employee Self Certification form


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National Diabetes Prevention Programme - Champion uptake in Collingham


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Research

The Collingham Medical Centre, along with other practices throughout the Newark & Sherwood area, takes part in a number of research projects, aimed at improving the quality of patient care.  This research is usually undertaken by questionnaires sent to patients, or patients with specific chronic conditions coming in to see specialist nurses. 

As a research practice, we have been shared the link on How are COVID-19 vaccines being developed so quickly? - YouTube

Please click on the links below to view the results of the most recent research projects we have participated in.

Help the Fight Against COVID 19

Help the Fight Against COVID 19

Knee Pain and Related Health in the Community

Knee Pain and Related Health in the Community

Dementia Research

Would you like to take part in dementia research?  Please follow the link before for further information on what is involved and how to sign up.

How to get involved in Dementia Research



 
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