12/02/2021

Covid19 Vaccination Programme

Covid19 Vaccination Programme

The rollout of Covid19 vaccines for all patients over the age of 70, is due to begin the week of 15th February 2021.

The first group to be vaccinated will be age over 85, followed by age 80-84, then 75-79, then 70-74.

This may take a few weeks and will be done by the patient's usual GP, either in the GP practice or another setting.

As soon as we have final details on this we will confirm for this and all other priority groups. Unfortunately we are not being provided with a lot of information at the moment so phoning us for further details is not going to be helpful.

Please click HERE for the HSE info page rather than phoning as the front desk is already extremely busy. 

For patients over 70 years of age registered with Galway Bay Medical Centre we expect to be vaccinating you in a vaccine clinic in Galway, not in the practice, in line with national policy. For logistical reasons it is not going to be possible to deliver vaccine supplies to each individual practice, particularily where there may only be small numbers of patients in the priority group.

The location of this mass vaccination clinic should be confirmed soon.

We will be contacting all of our patients with vaccination information and appointments in the coming weeks.

There should be no need to contact us - if we have you registered as a patient of ours and you are over 70, we will contact you.

If you haven't heard from us by Friday 26th February, please email or call.

Other groups will be called later.


Recent News Summaries

  • Apr 12 2021

    We are vaccinating our High Risk patients: Contact Us.

    12/04/2021

    Covid 19 Vaccinations for High Risk groups

    It has been a long wait for everyone, but we can finally start preparations for vaccinating our patients in-surgery.

    We don’t know yet when exactly we will get out vaccine delivery, but we are already well advanced in the task of identifying the patients who are next to be vaccinated.

    These will be the patients from the Very High Risk (Cohort 4) and High Risk (Cohort 7) groups.

    Not all of the patients in these groups will be vaccinated in General Practice, with most of the highest risk patients being contacted by Acute Services and called for vaccination in the hospital.

     

     

  • Feb 12 2021

    Covid19 Vaccination Programme

    12/02/2021

    Covid19 Vaccination Programme

    The rollout of Covid19 vaccines for all patients over the age of 70, is due to begin the week of 15th February 2021.

    The first group to be vaccinated will be age over 85, followed by age 80-84, then 75-79, then 70-74.

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  • Sep 28 2020

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    28/09/2020

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    Flu season is here and we are encouraging everyone to get the vaccine.


    Help reduce the potential burden on our hospitals this winter.
    Get the 'Flu vaccine.


    Drop us an email now to book in. The vaccine supplies are arriving tomorrow.


    The HSE has a very useful information page, including information leaflets and videos in a number of languages.

     
    Click HERE or HERE

  • Sep 08 2020

    Some changes for Winter 20/21

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    Some changes for Winter 20/21

    Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and in keeping with public health guidance, we have had to make some changes to our appointment arrangements in Galway Bay Medical Centre with effect from 7th September 2020.

     

  • Apr 28 2020

    Covid19 - Testing Criteria Update

    28/04/2020

    A quick update on the changes to Covid19 testing guidelines:

    You can now be referred for testing if you are in one or more of the categories for priority testing and meet the testing criteria below.

    If you are not in a priority group we cannot refer you for testing at this time........

  • Mar 30 2020

    What to do for mild Covid19 symptoms

    30/03/2020

    What to do if you have symptoms that don't qualify you for Covid19 testing

    As you will know, GPs can only refer patients for Covid19 tests who fit the current criteria for testing - meaning a fever plus either cough or shortness of breath, along with being in one of the at risk groups.

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