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DEAR PATIENTS PLEASE ENSURE YOU ALWAYS WEAR A MASK OR SCARF OR FACE COVERING WHEN VISITING THE PRACTICE THIS HAS BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE NATIONAL GUIDELINES.

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 Garden City patients

Share your feedback to shape future General Practice care

NHS Bury CCG is carefully considering the longer term plans for Garden City to ensure that the best decision for ongoing medical provision for patients is made.

It is important that this consideration involves you and is informed by your feedback.

You will shortly be receiving a letter from the CCG to update you on the options and next steps and to explain how you can share your feedback by 5th August 2020.   Your feedback will be captured via an online survey, and we have included the link to the survey here for ease: https://www.onecommunitybury.co.uk/gc-medical-centre-feedback

 Thank you in advance for sharing your valued feedback.

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Garden City patients

As you may know, a decision was made to keep Garden City Medical Centre open, in August 2020.
We are please to be able to continue to offer services from 1A Garden City to our community, and will keep you updated regarding future developments for the practice.
CORONAVIRUS VACCINATIONS: Corona virus vaccines will be offered at sites across Bury.
You will be contacted regarding your appointment according to your age and pre-existing conditions.
Healthcare workers are also being vaccinated.
Please be patient with us as we have been asked to adhere to national guidelines.
Patients who require home visits for their vaccinations will be contacted when the service becomes available.
You may soon be receiving text messages and letters that will allow you to book into local clinics without having to contact the surgery directly. Please wait until you receive the letter that will follow the text message, as the letter will include your NHS number, which will be needed to complete your booking.
We are also continuing with Flu clinics, so if you are Over 65 years old, have a chronic disease, have a learning disability, are a healthy 50-64 year old, please call the surgery and make an appointment.

Thank you for your patience during this national emergency. 

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